Assistant Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine


Daniel Spade, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. His research focuses on mechanisms of male reproductive toxicity. One current project in the Spade lab seeks to understand the impacts of environmental chemicals and pharmaceuticals on fetal testis development and reproductive health in later life. A second project is focused on the role of sperm RNA in male fertility and the use of sperm RNAs as biomarkers of fertility and male reproductive toxicity.

Dan has a Ph.D. in Veterinary Medical Sciences with a Toxicology concentration from the University of Florida, and he completed postdoctoral training at Brown. His research has been funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, and he currently has support from the Advance-CTR (Clinical and Translational Research) program at Brown.

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