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P&S Journal: Winter 1995, Vol.15, No.1
The Renaissance Reshaping Cancer at CPMC
Bridging Basic Science: Oncology in Pathology

Eugene Marcantonio , M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of pathology, studies cell adhesion and metastasis, a late stage in cancer when it spreads outside of a particular organ in the body.
John Krowleski , M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of pathology, studies prostate cancer and tyrosine kinases, enzymes that put phosphates on other proteins and enzymes.
Benjamin Tycko , M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of pathology, studies genomic imprinting, a violation of Mendelian genetics, that causes one parent's genetic influence to cause cancer.
Srikumar Chellapan , Ph.D., assistant professor of pathology, studies oncogene proteins, E2F/RB, that influence the expression of other genes.
Jan Kitajewski , Ph.D., assistant professor of pathology (with a joint appointment in obstetrics and gynecology), studies a precursor to an oncogene, WNT, in breast cancer.
Ralph Buttyan , Ph.D., associate professor of pathology (with a joint appointment in urology), studies apoptosis (programmed cell death) and prostate cancer.


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