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Our research is designed to deconvolve cancer’s complexity and to understand the interaction of mechanical forces and chemical cues in cancer metastasis. We are pursuing experimental and theoretical approaches, derived from the physical sciences, to address major questions and barriers in our understanding and treatment of cancer.  This innovative approach is unlike any prior studies on the tumor environment and will enable a fundamental level of understanding that will yield new pathways to intervene in the progression of cancer.


Outreach Pilot Projects - for more information click here

 

 


Upcoming Events

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Biophysics Colloquium
September 3, 2014 4:00pm
David Millar: Visualizing Protein Function at the Single-Molecule Level

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Chemistry and Chemical Biology Seminar
September 4, 2014 4:00pm
Tom Meek: Role of Mechanistic Enzymology in Drug Discovery: Cathepsin C and ATP-Citrate Lyase

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Biophysics Colloquium
September 10, 2014 4:00pm
Wei Min: Seeing molecular vibrations: chemical imaging for biomedicine