Gerald V Denis PhD, FTOS

Co-Director, BU-BMC Cancer Center Section of Hematology/Oncology; Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology, Boston University School of Medicine

Gerald V Denis PhD, FTOS, studies BET bromodomains proteins and the fundamental mechanisms of transcriptional control of growth and development, and particularly, how chromatin-based disruptions of the eukaryotic cell cycle can lead to malignancy.

Gerald V Denis PhD, FTOS, studies BET bromodomains proteins and the fundamental mechanisms of transcriptional control of growth and development, and particularly, how chromatin-based disruptions of the eukaryotic cell cycle can lead to malignancy.

Website
www.bumc.bu.edu
Lectures

2.22.2021 (41:05)

Probing the Causes of Cancer