Clinical Research Coordinator
Children’s National Hospital
My name is Augustine Eze and I have the privilege of serving as the interim Children’s Brain Tumor Network coordinator at Children’s National Hospital. I completed both my undergraduate degree in Biology, concentrating in Global Health, and my masters degree in Physiology and Biophysics at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. I have been involved with CBTN since I joined the Children’s National team in June 2019. While serving in this role for CBTN, I work primarily with Gift from a Child (GFAC) program, assisting in coordination and donation of postmortem tumor donation both internationally and domestically. Additionally, I assist with several projects looking at the complexities of diffuse midline gliomas (DMGs).