Victoria is an accomplished scientist with expertise in immune monitoring, AAV gene therapy, clinical manufacturing of NK and CART cells, tissue engineering, and infectious diseases. She received her Ph.D. in Integrated Biomedical Sciences from The Ohio State University. Following her doctorate, Victoria completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Emory Vaccine Center. Victoria then joined the Immune Monitoring Core at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, where she worked as a scientist before being promoted to Scientific Director of Cell Manufacturing and Analytics. Victoria has received prestigious honors and awards for her scientific achievements, including the Gates Millennium Scholarship, F31 and T32, and the AASLD Research Award.