Rotation graduate students for the 2015 Fall semester or official applications for the 2016 Spring semester are welcome.
| Lab Outreach: Our Lab, Your Lab
Interested K-12 students, teachers or parents are welcome to visit the
lab on the last Fridays of every month. Bring your own samples to watch
under microscope if you wish.
Over 90% of solid tumors are aneuploid. The long term goal of our research is to understand and exploit aneuploidy in cancers. We are investigating both subcellular
structures and regulatory mechanisms involved in chromosome segregation whose defects may lead to aneuploidy. We also try to identify essential genes for aneuploid cancer cell survival and test whether they can be used for aneuploid cancer prognosis and treatment.
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