Eileen Koshie Boye, MSc, PhD
Dr. Eileen Boye received her university education in the United Kingdom and holds an MSc in medical genetics from the University of Newcastle-upon Tyne and a PhD in medical genetics from the University of London. She completed a first postdoctoral fellowship at the Necker Hospital for Sick Children in Paris, France, and a second in the Department of Cell Biology at Harvard Medical School. She is currently an instructor in the Department of Developmental Biology at HSDM.
Dr. Boye is primarily involved in basic science research, and is currently cochair of the HSDM Predoctoral Research Advisory Committee. She also serves on several other HSDM committees: the Curriculum Committee, Promotions and Examinations Committee, Research Training Committee, and Environmental Health and Safety Committee.
Fields of Interest
Dr. Boye’s research interests lie in two areas: endothelial cell biology, and the molecular mechanisms underlying blood vessel formation and the development of vascular disorders, particularly hemangiomas and venous malformations.