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Dr. Noelle L. Cutter
Molloy College, NY Cancer Resource Alliance, 1000 Hempstead Ave, Rockville Centre, NY 11570
Dr. Noelle Cutter
Dr. Cutter is an associate professor and director of the First Year Experience at Molloy College. By training, she is a scientist in the field of molecular biology where she has dedicated her career to studying alternative treatment options for patients diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer that afflicts women under the age of 50. During the COVID19 pandemic, Dr. Cutter worked in an antibody testing lab where she worked on designing synthetic peptides to test for the presence of SARS-Cov2 antibody is patient serum. Her work on the ELISA testing plate was implemented in numerous labs across New York and Colorado. Her collaboration in this work was one of the first successful testing platforms for the novel 2019 Coronavirus. The peptide synthesis work helped pave the way for early vaccine research.
Dr. Cutter is a graduate of Stony Brook University Medical School (Stony Brook, NY) in 2011. She achieved her post-doctoral training at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, working on the chemoresistance breast and ovarian cancer. She is a distinguished alumni and faculty at Molloy College, where she is known on campus for her generosity, kindness, and perseverance. She was recently promoted to Interim Associate Dean of the Arts & Sciences where she has focused on strategic enrollment, program and faculty development.
Dr. Cuter has authored and co-authored several publications in critically acclaimed, peer reviewed scientific journals. She recently gave a TedX talk about taking a #GENZ global approach to curing cancer. She has appeared on numerous television programs, podcasts as both a host and special guest, and was featured LIVE on Facebook with the Nassau County Executive Team on the COVID19 mRNA Vaccine Safety.
Dr. Cutter is an advocate for putting research first and communicating science to the general public. She is member of New York Cancer Research Alliance and Integrative Pain Management Alliance which is comprised of dedicated healthcare providers, researchers, educators, foundations and advocates who are committed to bringing community support and care to patients. She works closely with the Katie McBride Foundation of Long Island, 501©3 which helps support local families with young children battling life threatening illnesses. She was the Vice President and co-founder of the Little Louie Foundation, which helped support families of patients with pediatric brain tumors.
Dr. Cutter has received numerous awards for both her work in community service, education, and research. Most notably is her Top 30 in Healthcare on Long Island, Select Science Biologist of the Year 2020, American Association for Cancer Research Women in Science, 10-year service award to Molloy College, Molloy College Outstanding Faculty Award, Mary E. Lilly Mentorship award, 2011 Stony Brook University Renee Chasman Graduate Achievement Award and top ten spotlight award for women in cancer research for 2019.
She is a mother to four beautiful children, Lily, Lucy, Jack and Isabel. Her work in Medulloblastoma developed because of her personal losses due to the vicious disease when she lost her nephew at only 18-months of age. She is a triathlete and marathon runner, where she is always “putting cancer on the run.”
Dr. Cutter just completed in her first ever Ironman Triathlon in Lake Placid, NY. The IM consists of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and 26.2 mile run.