Nolan graduated from the University of Oregon in 2016 with a degree in Biochemistry. He joined the lab as a volunteer research assistant in May 2018 and transitioned to a part time research assistant in September 2018.
Nolan is currently investigating immune contribution to perioperative pain and chronic pain including complex regional pain syndrome and nerve injury. He intends to pursue a medical degree with the goal of improving the quality of patients’ lives by providing and advocating for quality care.
Outside of the lab, Nolan works as the Chief Scribe at Lucile Packards Children’s Hospital in the Pediatric Ophthalmology devision and manages all of the other Packard scribe sites.