Seminar: How bacteria and cancer cells regulate mutagenesis, June 12

The OHSU Institute of Environmental Health presents “How bacteria and cancer cells regulate mutagenesis and their ability to evolve,” a seminar by Susan Rosenberg, Ph.D. Rosenberg is the Ben F. Love Chair in Cancer Research, professor of molecular and human genetics, and leader of teh Cancer Evolvability Program in the Dan Duncan Cancer Center at the Baylor College of Medicine.

Friday, June 12, 2015
10:45 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Mackenzie Hall, room 1162

Rosenberg studies molecular mechanisms of genomic-instability, which are conserved from bacteria to human, and which drive cancer, infectious disease and evolution. Her lab focuses on the molecular basis of their activity as a model of human oncogenesis, and evolution generally.

Questions? Contact Peter Zuber via email.




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