Mikhail M Dikov, PhD
College of Medicine
Cancer, Wounds and Injuries, Inflammation, Neutropenia, Tumor Escape
Dr. Dikov’s research broadly relates to the tumor-host interaction, cancer immunology, cancer biology, and tumor microenvironment. Specifically, it is focused on the role of tumor-derived factors in hematopoietic development, immune cell differentiation and function. His lab aims to understand the molecular mechanisms of carcinogenesis, immune suppression, hematopoietic/immune development in cancer, and the mechanisms by which tumors convert tumor-infiltrating cells from protective to tumor supporting factors.