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MISSION

RESEARCH

TEACHING

We envision a future where medicine is humane, precise, personalized and affordable.

Our mission is to serve humankind through scientific research and teaching.

Our research goal is to understand how gene networks control cell behavior. We focus on important cancer genes.

We are a research-teaching team. We teach in the classroom, in the lab and on social media.

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LATEST NEWS

Our first eLIFE paper is out!

May 27, 2014.

Got eLIFE? We do! Our first (but definitely not last) paper in the awesome journal eLIFE is now out for everyone's enjoyment. We report here the first global analysis of p53-regulated transcription using Global Run-On-sequencing (GRO-seq). Kudos to Mary and the rest of the team for working together on this great project. You can check the paper HERE.

Our collaborative paper with Andrew Thorburn's team at UC Denver describing how the autophagy machinery attenuates apoptosis via PUMA degradation is now out.

Check the preview by Anna and Joaquín on the recent Molecular Cell paper from Peter Verritjzer's team revealing a new twist in the mechanisms of p53 activation.

Our collaboration paper with Tom Cech's team featuring post-doc Kelly Sullivan is now out for your perusal.

Cell Reports paper on autophagy control of PUMA expression

Molecular Cell Preview

Collaboration paper with Cech lab

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There is no science without fancy and no art without facts.

-Vladimir Nabokov

LATEST NEWS

Our collaborative paper with Andrew Thorburn's team at UC Denver describing how the autophagy machinery attenuates apoptosis via PUMA degradation is now out.

Cell Reports paper on autophagy control of PUMA expression

Molecular Cell Preview

Collaboration paper with Cech lab

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