The Hawkins Lab
The Hawkins laboratory focuses on studying benign and malignant diseases in the female reproductive tract. Researchers in this lab study ovarian cancer from the perspective of the endometriotic tumor microenvironment. They also create models that recapitulate human disease. In addition, the lab is active in training gynecologists, emergency medicine physicians and medical, graduate, undergraduate and high school students.
- Creation and Validation of Novel Mouse and In Vitro Models of Endometriosis
- 3D Bio-Assembled Model of Endometriosis-Associated Ovarian Cancer Using the Kenzan Method
- Dissecting the Role of ARID1A in Ovarian Cancer Using a 3D Bio-Assembled Model of the Endometriotic Tumor Microenvironment
- Novel Integration of miRNA for Discovery of Unique Molecular Networks in Endometrioid Ovarian Cancer with Concurrent Endometriosis
- Biologic and Molecular Impact of Dicer Haploin Sufficiency on miRNA Processing, Tumor Transcriptome and RNA Binding Proteins in the Pathogenesis of Endometrial Cancer