Mahsa Vahdatian achieved her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois, Chicago, IL in Biological Sciences. She joined the oncology research lab of Dr.James Radosevich at UIC College of Dentistry and started her research in the effects of Nitric Oxide (NO) on cancer cell lines and has numerous abstracts published in many major journals such as Tumor Biology. She was on the organizing committee of the 43rd ISOBM annual conference held during September, 2016 in Chicago, IL and is currently a board member of Oncomarks.org which is an online scientific research related source for individuals in the field of medicine. Additionally, she is also a member of the ISOBM organization. She is actively interested in Oncology-related research programs especially in the fields of Immune system response to brain injuries, function and role of microglial cells during CNS injuries, and effects of nitric oxide on down/up regulations of genes leading tumorigenesis.