Dr. Danyetta D. Anderson received her PhD in Biochemistry from The Ohio State University. During her graduate studies her work focused on the Pleiotrophic Effects of a Series of Isoflavonoid Analogues in Hormone-Dependent and Hormone-Independent Breast Cancer Cells as well as investigation of novel Aromatase Inhibitors as therapeutic options in Hormone-Dependent breast cancer. Following graduation, she completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cancer Etiology and Prevention at the Johns Hopkins University. Since completing her postdoctoral fellowship, Dr. Anderson has had the opportunity to serve as a Breast Cancer Review Panelist for the U.S. Army DOD as well as work in the Biodefense field as a Scientific Technical Writer. During her time following her postdoctoral fellowship, Dr. Anderson has also held positions as an Adjunct Professor in The Department of Chemistry at Stevenson University as well as Assistant Professor of Chemistry in The Department of Chemistry at La Sierra University. Her current research involves exploring the role of PARP inhibitors in Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) as well as identifying potential therapeutic strategies for ethnic minorities with TNBC.