Ms. Mina Suh is a Senior Scientist with the Center for 21st Century Toxicology and has more than 10 years of experience in the design, conduct, and analysis of molecular biology and epidemiological studies in cancer. Her research has involved identification of genetic factors in the etiology of lung cancer development, and includes a cohort study investigating the efficacy of new diagnostic tools for early detection of breast cancer.
Ms. Suh has drafted toxicology and epidemiology assessments used as public health communications. She has evaluated and analyzed cancer trends from environmental exposures in Argentina, Canada, Ecuador, and South Korea. She has designed research protocols and work plans that investigated the toxicology and carcinogenicity of chemicals, specifically heavy metals, for health risk assessments conducted by state and federal regulatory agencies. She has evaluated experimental protocols for oncology clinical trials and drug development processes for breast cancer, to inform the decision-making process for research advocacy.