The Manchurian President

Brett graduated with a B.S. in Biomedical/Molecular Biology in 2007 from Bridgewater State University and a Ph.D. in Cell/Molecular Biology in 2013 from The University of Texas at Austin. Whereas his scientific research as an undergraduate student focused on parasites and drug discovery, his work as a graduate student centered around plants and the environment.

In 2013, Brett earned a prestigious Marie Curie Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to study human brain cancer stem cells in Paris, France, where he studied until 2015.

Brett is a 2nd generation Dightonian and a proud product of Dighton Elementary School (1994), Dighton Middle School (1998), and Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School (2002). He served on both the Van Gyzen Hall Study Committee and the Zoning Board of Appeals from 2015-2016 until he was elected Selectman on April 9, 2016 with 66% of the vote. He is one of the youngest Selectmen currently serving in Bristol County.

Brett is a published author, writer, doctor, and public servant.

Brett Zografos

Brett graduated with a B.S. in Biomedical/Molecular Biology in 2007 from Bridgewater State University and a Ph.D. in Cell/Molecular Biology in 2013 from The University of Texas at Austin. Whereas his scientific research as an undergraduate student focused on parasites and drug discovery, his work as a graduate student centered around plants and the environment. In 2013, Brett earned a prestigious Marie Curie Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to study human brain cancer stem cells in Paris, France, where he studied until 2015. Brett is a 2nd generation Dightonian and a proud product of Dighton Elementary School (1994), Dighton Middle School (1998), and Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School (2002). He served on both the Van Gyzen Hall Study Committee and the Zoning Board of Appeals from 2015-2016 until he was elected Selectman on April 9, 2016 with 66% of the vote. He is one of the youngest Selectmen currently serving in Bristol County. Brett is a published author, writer, doctor, and public servant.

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  • July 22, 2017 at 5:09 pm
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    Excellent analysis of the entire progression of this administration’s problems. When the center is constantly shifting or, worse yet, leaning in a single direction and denying it, what are the collateral folks supposed to do? Wait to be fired or attempt to support the tweet of the day without gagging?

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