Published in Nature Methods, Dr. Jesse G. Meyer, a new professor in the Biochemistry Department, has developed a groundbreaking protein analysis technique that enables quantification of proteins in seconds instead of the usual tens of minutes or hours.
Dr. Jong-In Park's lab in the Department of Biochemistry has published a study in Oncogene concerning Mortalin/HSPA9 targeting selectively induces KRAS tumor cell death by perturbing mitochondrial membrane permeability.
MCW Researcher Contributes to Paper Published on Combination Therapy of Dabrafenib/Trametinib for Tumors w/ BRAFV600E Mutations
Early data suggested that responses to therapy may be histology dependent, because BRAF-mutated colorectal cancer demonstrated a relative resistance to therapy.
Gustavo Leone, PhD, also named as holder of Dr. Glenn R. and Nancy A. Linnerson Endowed Chair for Cancer Research.
Please join us in congratulating the Biochemistry Recipients of 2020 MCW Women in Science Awards: Eugenia Wulff from the Olivier-Van Stichelen Lab, and Dr. Jennifer Stancill from the Corbett Lab.
Dr. Olivier-Van Stichelen's research lab at MCW has created The O-GlcNAc Database, a searchable database of modified proteins.
Dr. Jong-In Park's lab in the Department of Biochemistry has published a paper in the March 2020 Science Signaling issue, discussing how Mortalin facilitates BRAF-mutant tumor cell survival by suppressing ANT3-mediated mitochondrial membrane permeability.
The Smith Lab's diverse and inclusive lab team includes students from populations traditionally underrepresented in science and medicine.
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