I am the PI of the Cancer Initiation and Cancer Cell Behavior lab. Our research objective is to determine how cancer cells adapt and grow before cancer is diagnosed. Our lab is also part of the Center for Applied therapeutics where we share our models as tools for preclinical and translational research. To learn more about our research please visit the Cancer Initiation and Cancer Cell Behavior Lab's homepage.
Education and Training
- Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, 2009
In the News
- Visualizing tumor heterogeneity in an immune intact and autochthonous mouse model of breast cancer
- Training Program in Developmental and Stem Cell Biology
- Establishing the molecular and cellular mechanisms of Lgr5 signaling for controlling cancer stem cell behavior
- Only the strong survive: Microenvironmental and genetic determinants of organotropism
- A Cancer Rainbow Mouse for Simultaneous Assessment of Multiple Oncogenes
- Beta-catenin modulates dopamine dependent signal transduction and behavior.