Cancer Faculty

The Department of Pharmacology faculty research covers four main disciplines, which overlap in various ways.
Assistant Professor
Molecular mechanisms of spindle orientation, ciologenesis, polarity, cytokinesis and axonogenesis.
Adjunct Associate Professor
Cancer Metabolism and Stemness
NMR Solution Structure of Nucleic Acids and Proteins
Distinguished Professor and Chair
Lipid Signaling: Roles in mitochondrial biology, spermatogenesis, diabetes, immune function, the CNS, platelet activation, and cancer; - Imaging Pancreatic β-cells using metabolomics and MRI.
Associate Professor

DNA replication and repair pathways in cancer therapy
Signal Transduction in Differentiation and Development: Roles of Molecular Scaffold Molecules (e.g., AKAPs and Dishevelleds)
Research Professor
Cellular responses to DNA damage and the mechanism for mutation induction by DNA damage
Adjunct Associate Professor
Mechanisms of virus-host and tumor-host interactions
Molecular Mechanism of Mammalian DNA Repair: Implications for Carcinogenesis and Antitumor Therapy
Molecular Mechanism of Protein Kinase and Ubiquitin Ligase signaling in Cancer and Aging
Cell Signaling and Ciliogenesis in Mammalian Development, Health and Disease
Assistant Professor
Structure and function of macromolecules in epigenetic regulation
SUNY Distinguished Professor
Neuro-immune interactions: Cross-talk between the nervous and immune systems in health and disease