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Jeffrey N. Bryan

Research interests Dr. Bryan’s research focuses on comparative examination of cancers in companion animals to better understand cancers in all species. Bryan is an associate professor of veterinary oncology and director of the Comparative Oncology and Epigenetics Laboratory. His particular areas of interest are targeted imaging and therapy and epigenetics of cancer. Targeted imaging and

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Guangfu Li

Research Emphasis: Dr. Guangfu Li is studying liver fibrosis, liver cancer, pancreatic cancer and lung cancer. Using cells, animal models and human biopsies, Dr. Li focuses on elucidating the underlying mechanisms mediating fibrosis, tumor growth and metastasis and tumor-induced immune tolerance. Based on the findings, Dr. Li aims to develop effective molecularly targeted diagnosis, molecularly targeted

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James M. Amos-Landgraf

Research Emphasis: Our laboratory studies human colon cancer through the use of animal models. Using genetically engineered models of colon cancer in the mouse rat and pig, we are better able to understand the molecular genetic events that influence the initiation and progression of cancer.  To help us understand human colon cancer development and discover potential

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John Cannon

Fields of Interest: Signal transduction Molecular genetics Protein molecular dynamics Education: B.S. 1978, University of Illinois-Urbana Ph.D. 1983, University of Wisconsin-Madison Post-doc 1987, University of Pennsylvania Research Statement Protein phosphorylation is a well-studied post-translational modification that regulates many aspects of protein function. Dr. Cannon uses a combination of powerful yeast molecular genetic techniques and computer

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Michael J. Petris

Educational background Degree School Location Major BSc University of Melbourne Melbourne, Australia Biochemistry/Genetics PhD University of Melbourne Melbourne, Australia Genetics Notable honors and service Organizer FASEB Conference on Trace Element Micronutrients, 2006 Organizing Committee, 5th International Meeting on Copper Homeostasis and its Disorders, 2006 Scientific Advisory Committee, Gordon Research Conference on Cell Biology of Metals,

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Mark Hannink

Education: BS Calvin College Grand Rapids, Mich. Chemistry MS University of Washington Seattle, Wash. Organic Chemistry PhD University of California-San Diego La Jolla, Calif. Biochemistry Notable honors and service Associate Director for Fellowships and Education, Life Sciences Center PI NIGMS-funded T32 training grant in Molecular Cell Biology PI NIGMS-funded Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity (IMSD)

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