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Molecular Therapeutics

The goal of the Molecular Therapeutics Program is to foster the exchange of ideas, cooperation, and collaboration leading to translation of basic research into the clinic, and to use basic research to answer clinical questions related to improving strategies for the treatment of cancer.

Focus on Molecular Therapeutics

Molecular Tumor Board Selects Best Therapies for Patients

The new science of using information about a cancer patient’s tumor DNA can help oncologists make “genetically informed” decisions about what anti-cancer treatments may work best for an individual’s tumor.

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Program Co-Directors:
Alan Eastman, PhD
Lionel Lewis, MD

The Program provides a forum for discussion of new developments in cellular and molecular biology, with particular focus on cell cycle regulation, signal transduction, apoptosis and differentiation, as well as development of potentially novel therapeutic strategies within these foci.