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Cancer Cell Biology

The mechanisms underlying the development of tumors provide significant new insight into the identification and treatment of a variety of cancers. Scientists in this group range from those who study the basic processes of how cells divide to those who are actively involved in clinical trials for new cancer chemotherapeutics. This group has expertise in cancer epigenetics, cancer genomics, cancer metastasis, cancer stem cells and therapeutic development.

IU School of Medicine Faculty Investigators

Brian R. Calvi, PhD

Brian R. Calvi, PhD

Adjunct Professor of Medical & Molecular Genetics
Richard L. Carpenter, PhD

Richard L. Carpenter, PhD

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
John G. Foley, PhD

John G. Foley, PhD

Associate Professor of Anatomy & Cell Biology
Peter C. Hollenhorst, PhD

Peter C. Hollenhorst, PhD

Associate Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Heather A. Hundley, PhD

Heather A. Hundley, PhD

Associate Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Anirban K. Mitra, PhD

Anirban K. Mitra, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medical & Molecular Genetics
Kenneth P. Nephew, PhD

Kenneth P. Nephew, PhD

Professor of Cellular & Integrative Physiology
Heather M. O'Hagan, PhD

Heather M. O'Hagan, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medical & Molecular Genetics
Claire E. Walczak, PhD

Claire E. Walczak, PhD

Assistant Director of Research