Kevin Van Bortle

Kevin Van Bortle

RNA polymerase III (Pol III) upregulation is a hallmark of cancer, suggesting increased Pol III activity, which produces tRNA, 5S rRNA, and other small RNA species needed for protein accumulation, is a requirement for cancer cell proliferation. Using a combinatorial...
Sandra Rodriguez-Zas

Sandra Rodriguez-Zas

Research Program: Cancer Measurement Technology and Data ScienceStrategic Theme: Computational Biology & Engineering Sandra Rodriguez-Zas is helping find ways to prevent and cure diseases in both livestock and humans. She uses biostatistics and computational...
Supriya Prasanth

Supriya Prasanth

Research Program: Cancer Discovery Platforms Bridging the Engineering-Biology ContinuumStrategic Theme: Pathways & Mechanisms Supriya Prasanth’s laboratory is focused on understanding how replication initiation is coordinated with chromatin organization and...
Sihai Zhao

Sihai Zhao

Research Program: Cancer Measurement Technology and Data ScienceStrategic Theme: Computational Biology & Engineering Sihai Dave Zhao conducts methodological research focused on developing rigorous statistical techniques for analyzing large-scale data from...
Jun Song

Jun Song

Research Program: Cancer Measurement Technology and Data ScienceStrategic Theme: Computational Biology & Engineering Jun Song is interested in applying his training in mathematics and physics to problems in biomedical research – he has been applying his...
Brian Freeman

Brian Freeman

Research Program: Cancer Discovery Platforms Bridging the Engineering-Biology ContinuumStrategic Theme: Pathways & Mechanisms Brian Freeman’s research explores genomics, protein dynamics, protein-nucleic acid interactions, proteomics, and regulation of gene...
Auinash Kalsotra

Auinash Kalsotra

Research Program: Cancer Discovery Platforms Bridging the Engineering-Biology ContinuumStrategic Theme: Pathways & Mechanisms Auinash Kalsotra’s laboratory focuses on answering one fundamental question in biology: How do cells produce the precise assortment of...
Lawrence Schook

Lawrence Schook

Lawrence Schook is an international scholar of comparative genomics who has developed the Oncopig Cancer Model, a biomedical cancer model to help medical professionals better understand and treat the disease. The Oncopig Cancer Model (OCM) is a next-generation large...