PATH’s team in San Francisco works to advance transformative global health innovations to improve lives of women and children, primarily through our work in drug development. In this post, we learn more about Robert Choy, associate director for research and preclinical development for PATH’s Drug Development program.
In my role, I collaborate with colleagues at pharmaceutical companies, academic institutions, and contract research organizations around the world to design, analyze, and interpret experiments, which advance the development of lifesaving treatments for enteric pathogens such as Cryptosporidium and soil-transmitted helminths.
Do you have any pets? No, but I have two young sons, Lucas, six, and Xavier, three, who act like wild animals.
Do you have any hidden talents? I have practiced and taught the martial art of Kokikai Aikido for over 20 years, so I can show you how to effortlessly throw someone across the room.