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Chad Hogan received his B.S. in Biotechnology with a minor in Chemistry from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2016. Chad joined the PhD Graduate Program in Genetics at Stony Brook University in the fall of 2016, where his work focused on the use of a mouse gammaherpesvirus as a model organism, aiming to understand the roles of a host transcription factor, STAT3, in gammaherpesvirus infection. In 2019, Chad joined the HIV/AIDS Malignancy Branch in NCI, in the lab of Dr. Laurie Krug, where he is completing his dissertation research.