Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Center for Genetic Medicine

Dai  Horiuchi, PhD

Dai Horiuchi, PhD

Assistant Professor of Pharmacology

Contact

312-503-4085
Laboratory: 312-503-4349

Robert H Lurie Medical Research Center Room 6-105
303 E Superior
Chicago IL 60611

dai.horiuchi( at )northwestern.edu

Education and Certification

PhD: Indiana University, Cell & Molecular Biology (2007)
Postdoctoral Fellowship: University of California, San Francisco, Cancer Biology (2014)

Interests

Description of Interests

We're devoted to understanding the cellular events that influence the aggressiveness of breast tumors, and are currently focused on the following areas: (1) Mechanisms of tumor maintenance and progression medicated by proto-oncogenes (i.e., MYC transcription factor, PIM family of serine/threonine kinases, etc), their activators and effectors, and tumor microenvironment. (2) Biology and therapeutic targetability of novel molecular factors that determine patient clinical outcome.

Interests (Keywords)

Bioinformatics; Breast Cancer; Cancer Biology; Cancer Genetics; Drug Discovery; Immune Regulation; Oncology; Translational Research

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