Cancer Biology

Cancer biology is by nature interdisciplinary, using knowledge and techniques from many areas to work towards cures.  The MCB program encompasses both basic and translational research addressing cancer.

Survey of Technologies for Molecular Biology
Technologies for Genome Analysis
Host Defense to Cancer
Biological Basis of Neoplasia
Molecular Basis of Disease: Death and Repair
Friday, June 6, 2014 - 1:00pm
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Room: B1-065 Pelton, 1100 Fairview Ave N., Seattle WA 98109
Molecular biomechanics of mitosis and the cytoskeleton
Regulation of Epithelial Growth in Development and Cancer
implications of nuclear and mitochondrial DNA mutations
RNA processing
keratinocyte migration and transformation
cell cycle control and the ubiquitin-proteasome system
yeast genome evolution
human papillomaviruses (HPVs) and epithelial cancers
regulation of protein function through post-translational mo
Genetics and epigenetics of cancer
T-cell targeting of viruses and malignancies
Lymphocyte development, signaling, and transformation
Genetic analysis of cancer and new therapuetic targets
stem cell biology and therapy
Viral oncogenesis and KSHV
Regulation of gap junctional communication, Cancer biomarker
mutations and human cancer
cancer genetics, mouse models of lung cancer
genomic instability, gene therapy, cancer
Genome stability/genome engineering/disease therapies
Molecular Biology of Cancer Development and Progression
Human Aging and Progeroid Syndromes
Mechanisms of Morphogenesis and Wound Repair in Drosophila
high throughput multiplex protein quantification
molecular events associated with breast cancer
CD8 T cells and NK cells
Pathogenesis of Helicobacter pylori stomach infection
gene repair applications in inherited immune deficiencies
Small molecule drug screens
Innate immune detection of nucleic acids
DNA repair and drug resistance
Regulation of gene expression
Cell polarity and cell adhesion in mammalian development and
cell signaling and proteomics
regulation of transcription
antitumor immune responses; T cell repertoire
Proteomics: cell signaling roles in phenotype and disease.
microtubule dynamics and chromosome segregation