The concentration in Pathology & Cell Biology in
the PhD Program in Integrated Biomedical Sciences is focused on
interdisciplinary approaches to the study of cancer, reproductive pathobiology,
neurological disease & injury and related diseases. These related diseases
include cancer biology, angiogenesis, morphogenesis, gene discovery,
neurobiology, cell biology, and new educational technologies. Training will
include a unique interdisciplinary blend of didactic coursework, journal clubs,
seminar series, as well as significant research experience. The mission of the
Department of Pathology & Cell Biology is to strive for excellence in
teaching, research, academic service and patient care.
2017 - Emily Palumbo, won first
place in the health sciences category in the 2017 Statewide Graduate
Student Research Symposium. Read more.
JJ, Pathak RR, Bezginov A, Xue B, Uversky VN, Tillier ER, Davé V. Data on evolution of intrinsically
disordered regions of the human kinome and contribution of FAK1 IDRs to
cytoskeletal remodeling. Data in brief. 10: 315-324, 2017.
- Quarni W,
Lungchukiet P, Tse A, Wang P, Sun Y, Kasiappan R, Wu JY, Zhang X, Bai W.
RIPK1 binds to vitamin D receptor
and decreases vitamin D-induced growth suppression. The Journal of
steroid biochemistry and molecular biology. : , 2017.
- DiGiovanni EL, Champeaux AL, Arroyo MR, Richter JE. Esophageal Eosinophilia Treated With Long-Duration Proton Pump
Inhibitor Therapy. ACG case reports journal. 3(2) : 95-7, 2016.
For information about the PhD Program in Integrated Biomedical Sciences, contact 813-974-2836 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note, students do not apply directly to a concentration. Interested students should submit an application for the PhD in Medical Sciences. Concentrations are typically selected during the first year of study.