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While many cells in our body are not actively dividing, we have a poor understanding of the biologically and medically important cellular state of quiescence. 

 

Our laboratory’s mission is to apply modern approaches drawn from molecular and cellular biology, genomics, biochemistry, computer science and systems biology, chemistry and medicine to gain an insight into the molecular basis of quiescence, and thereby cell cycle control and cancer.

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December 2022

  • Congratulations to our alumnus, Kevin Sun, on his acceptance to the St. Louis University School of Medicine!

September 2022

  • Welcome to our rotation graduate student, Shania Day!

  • Congratulations to Kaiser on his amazing presentation at Cold Spring Harbor!

August 2022

  • We celebrated Emanuel's terrific summer at our lab with an end-of-rotation lunch. Thank you so much Emanuel!

May 2022

  • Hedi, Abe, and Sean presented at the MCDB poster day!

  • Jackson presented at Geffen Advanced Research Showcase!

  • Many of our undergraduates presented for the UCLA Undergraduate Research Week. Congratulations to Hedi, Gwen, Chloe, Rui, Lorena, Sean, Alex, Vishvak, Jackson, Abe, and Dian!

  • Mason presented at the Research in Computational Molecular Biology Conference!

  • Congratulations to Vishvak, Sean, Gwen, and Abe on winning Dean’s Prize for Excellence in Research awards!

  • Vishvak and Chloe presented their posters in the CaSB poster session!

 

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