UC Cancer Institute Gaining Traction, Making Progress
In order to effectively battle cancer, you must have a well-organized army made up of compassionate oncology professionals who fight the frontline battles alongside cancer patients and diligent scientists gathering intelligence reports in the hope
Jerry Lingrel, PhD, CCB interim chair, has been awarded AAAS fellowship status. Lingrel was granted this distinction for research in the fields of globin gene regulation (the first isolation of an mRNA), ion transport, and vascular biology.
Lingrel Appointed Interim Chair of Cancer and Cell Biology
Jerry Lingrel, PhD, has been appointed interim chair of cancer and cell biology following the resignation of Jorge Moscat, PhD, who will be leaving the College of Medicine for a new position in San Diego.
Genetic Variant Increases Lung Cancer Risk for Light Smokers
A study by a research team including CCB's Marshall Anderson, PhD concluded that individuals with a certain type of genetic susceptibility to lung cancer face a greatly increased risk for the deadly disease with even a small exposure to cigarette