Welcome to the Korkola Lab

Dr. Korkola's research work is primarily on breast cancer, with a focus on how interactions with microenvironment impact the phenotype of cancer cells, emphasizing those that alter the way cells respond to therapy. The Korkola Lab also is interested in understanding the mechanisms of resistance induced by extrinsic and intrinsic factors and developing multidrug combinations to overcome resistance and improve patient outcomes. Read more about our research.

Located in the Robertson Life Sciences Building

Our lab is located on the third floor of the Roberston Life Sciences Building at the South Waterfront campus of OHSU. 

James Korkola, Ph.D.

Office: Room 3N018
Lab: Room 3N082
Robertson Life Sciences Building 
Oregon Health & Science University
2730 S.W. Moody Avenue
Portland, OR 97201
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