Identification of the genes and pathways that prevent genome instability

Richard Kolodner - Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, UCSD

April, 25 2014
14:00 DKFZ Main Auditorium

Host: H. Hombauer

Biosketch Richard Kolodner
Richard D. Kolodner received his B.S. and Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from UC Irvine. Academic history: Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard Medical School; Assistant/Associate/Full Professor at Harvard Medical School Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Department of Cancer Biology; Currently Full Member, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research San Diego Branch, Member UCSD Cancer Center, Professor of Medicine and Member of the Cellular and Molecular Medicine Program at UCSD School of Medicine. Dr. KolodnerÕs accomplishments include the following: ACS Junior Faculty Research Award (1981-1983), ACS Faculty Research Award (1984-1988), NIH MERIT Award (1992-2002), Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Inc. Special Scientific Achievement Award (1994), Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Morse Research Award (1994), Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Charles A. Dana Senior Investigator Chair (1996-1997), Charles S. Mott Prize of the General Motors Cancer Research Foundation (1996), Elected to National Academy of Sciences USA (2000). Member of American Society for Microbiology, American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Genetics Society of America and American Association for Cancer Research. Editorial & Advisory Boards: Co-editor-in-chief of PLASMID (1986-1995); Associate Editor, Cancer Research (1995-); Associate Editor, Cell (1996-); Editorial Board Member, Molecular and Cellular Biology (1999-); Editorial Board Member, Journal of Biological Chemistry (2000-). Advisory Committee, NIH consortium of Familial Colon Cancer Registries (1997-). His research is supported by the National Institutes of Health and the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research.

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