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  • Susan Cole, PhD

    Research Interest

    Down Syndrome, Alagille Syndrome, Glioma

    The Notch signaling pathway plays key roles in human development and disease.   Disregulation of Notch signaling is frequently seen in human cancers, for instance, activating Notch mutations are seen in over 50% of juvenille T-ALL cases.
    282 Bioscience Building

    484 W 12th Ave

    Columbus, OH 43210

    614-292-3276
  • Dr. Collins has two major areas of study:(1) How transcription factor (TF) sculpt the epigenome of human lymphocytes, especially Natural Killer cells, and if we can use these epigenetic footprints to ‘reverse engineer’ regulatory pathways.
    988 Biomedical Research Tower

    460 W 12th Ave

    Columbus, OH 43210

    614-685-0192
  • Vincenzo Coppola, MD

    Research Interest

    Cancer, Lymphoma, Hyperphagia

    ... and 1 others
    Vincenzo Coppola, MD, is a member of the Molecular Biology and Cancer Genetics Program at the OSUCCC – James. He also directs the Genetically Engineered Mouse Modeling Core (GEMMC), a Shared Resource that is designed to assist other OSUCCC members in generating mouse models of human cancer and in.
    988 Biomedical Research Tower

    460 W 12th Ave

    Columbus, OH 43210

    614-688-8038
  • Carlo Croce, MD

    Research Interest

    Cancer, Leukemia, Lymphocytic, Chronic, B-Cell, Leukemia

    ... and 7 others
    Dr. Croce studies the molecular changes in genes that lead to cancer. He is particularly interested in the early changes of malignancy and how they might serve as targets for new treatment and preventive agents.
    1082 Biomedical Research Tower

    460 W 12th Ave

    Columbus, OH 43210

    614-292-3063
  • Biplab Dasgupta, PhD, a member of the Molecular Biology and Cancer Genetics Program at the OSUCCC – James, is based at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
    ML 7013 Cincinnati Children's Hospital

    3333 Burnet Ave

    Cincinnati, OH 45229

    513-803-1370
  • The focus of my laboratory is the study of intracellular signaling via soluble factors and exosomes, and the integration of these signals, at the single cell-level within breast cancer cells and the tumor microenvironment.
    460 VMAB

    1900 Coffey Road

    Columbus, OH 43210

    614-247-7644
  • Nicholas Denko, MD, PhD

    Research Interest

    Cancer, Anoxia, Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress

    ... and 3 others
    Nicholas Denko, MD, PhD, a member of the Molecular Biology and Cancer Genetics Program at the OSUCCC – James, is the co-holder of two U. S. patents related to medical research.
    524 Tzagournis Mes Res Facility

    420 W 12th Ave

    Columbus, OH 43210

    614-685-5843
  • I am a Professor in the department of Biomedical Informatics. I currently serve in the role of Vice Chair for Collaborative Research in this department.
    250B Lincoln Tower

    1800 Cannon Dr

    Columbus, OH 43210

    614-293-3641
  • Harold Fisk, PhD

    Research Interest

    Leukemia, Large Granular Lymphocytic, Mammary Cancer, Experimental, Cell Transformation, Neoplastic

    ... and 1 others
    Centrosomes are microtubule-organizing structures that coordinate mitotic spindle assembly and chromosome segregation. Centrosome aberrations are found in a variety of tumors, and are associated with tumorigenesis in breast cancer, prostate cancer, and leukemia.
    216 Bioscience Building

    484 W 12th Ave

    Columbus, OH 43210

    614-292-0318
  • Michael Freitas, PhD

    Research Interest

    Leukemia, Lymphocytic, Chronic, B-Cell, Precursor Cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Lymphoma

    Michael Freitas, PhD, is a member of the Molecular Biology and Cancer Genetics Program at the OSUCCC – James, where he focuses his research on proteomics.
    906 Biomedical Research Tower

    460 W 12th Ave

    Columbus, OH 43210

    614-688-8432