Nick is a research associate in the BraunLab at Yale. Prior to moving to Yale, Nick worked as a research technician in the laboratory of Dr. Catherine Wu at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, where he optimized methods for patient-derived models of the tumor microenvironment. He also gained considerable experience in sequence analysis, cloning of T cell receptors, and analyses of T cell responses. Prior to Dana-Farber, Nick worked as a research technician in the laboratory of Dr. JoAnne Flynn, where he assisted in studying immunologic responses to Mycobacterium tuberculosis in non-human primate models. Outside of work, Nick enjoys traveling, climbing, and the beach.