Victor earned his first master’s in Biochemistry and Cell Biology at Stony Brook University, working with Mark Bowen’s Lab researching how scaffolding proteins affect neuroplasticity. His master’s thesis was in researching how to post-translationally modify proteins in vitro. His second master’s was in bioinformatics at Northeastern University, where he worked for NIBR to build a T-cell engager model for antibodies and bispecifics. Victor originally received a BE in chemical engineering from The Cooper Union.

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