Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Harvard Inst of Medicine
4 Blackfan Cir
Boston MA 02115
Available: 11/02/20, Expires: 07/01/22
My laboratory uses genomic and functional approaches to study the determinants of response to existing and emerging therapies for prostate and bladder cancer.
The student's role would be to lead a project investigating the impact of specific clinically observed gene mutations on tumor biology and treatment response using cell and molecular biology techniques as well as genomic analyses. Experience with cell culture, sterile technique, and molecular biology techniques is encouraged but not required. The project would be conducted in my laboratory in the HIM building and the student would work directly with me to develop experiments, interpret results, and present findings.
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(MOUW, KENT W)
Aug 1, 2017 - Jul 31, 2022
Investigating the effect of ERCC2 mutations on DNA repair capacity and chemo-radiotherapy response in muscle-invasive bladder cancer
Role: Principal Investigator
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