Amanda Esch, Ph.D.

Amanda Esch

Amanda obtained her Ph.D. in Cancer Biology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2011. She is currently working with Drs. Paul Spellman and Joe Gray at OHSU. Her research interests include mass cytometry and mass-tag imaging to investigate mechanisms of drug resistance in breast cancer.

Selected Publications

Mastroianni M, Kim Y-C, Esch AM, and Alexander CM.  Wnt Signaling Can Substitute for Estrogen to Induce Division of ER!-Positive Cells in a Mouse Mammary Tumor Model. Cancer Lett., 2010 Mar 1;289(1):23-31.

Esch AM, Thompson NE, Lamberski JA, Mertz JE, and Burgess RR.  Production and Characterization of Monoclonal Antibodies to Estrogen-Related Receptor Alpha (ERRα) and Use in Immunoaffinity Chromatography.  In revision.

Kraus RJ, Golden SK, Esch AM, and Mertz JE.  Estrogen-related Receptor Alpha (ERRα) and Estrogen Receptor Alpha Form Heterodimers in a Ligand-Dependent Manner.  In preparation.

Esch AM, Mertz JE, Burgess RR.  NOP16 is a Biomarker for Estrogen-Related Receptor Alpha (ERRα) Activity in Breast Cancer.  In preparation.

Esch AM, Mertz JE, Burgess RR.  Estrogen-Related Receptor Alpha (ERRα) Regulates Insulin- Like Growth Factor I (IGF-1) Expression in Mammary Carcinoma Cells.  In preparation.