Dr. Robin Krueger, PhD oversees the Core and Shared Resources Facilities and scientific operations of the Center for Collaborative Research. Specializing in gene and cell therapies, Dr. Krueger has over 20 years of experience in research laboratories, regulatory compliance and research administration. Dr. Krueger’s background ranges from public health surveillance of emerging viral threats with the Florida State Department of Health to optimizing receptor targeted gene transduction using retroviral vectors at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Krueger is involved with numerous committees which oversee various research programs including biosafety and animal care programs.
Dr. Krueger has a B.S. in Biology from Jacksonville Univeristy and went on to earn a Master in Public Health (MPH) from University of South Florida. Dr. Krueger received her PhD in Virology and Molecular Biology from the University of Tennessee in 2013.