We study chemokine receptors in the context of breast cancer, brain cancer, and prostate cancer. Our lab trains undergrads and master’s students in cell and molecular biology techniques to understand the role of chemokine receptor biology in the tumor microenvironment and in cancer health disparities.

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Our lab’s first major research grant!

Our work has been funded by the National Institutes of Health! So excited to focus on our studies on the contributions of chemokine receptors to the tumor microenvironment in breast cancer racial disparities!

Our first lab grant!

So excited to announce our first lab grant!!! from the GMaP (Geographic Management of Cancer Health Disparities Program) Region 5! They will be funding us with a Pilot research award!

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