Our multi-phase research project brings together an A-team of basic and translational scientists with outstanding records of achievement in sarcoma research.
Takes the genes we find in BOOST and tests them in mice.
Compares genes in humans to those in canine osteosarcoma patients.
Leads the BOOST team.
Investigates whether the genes we find in BOOST will interact with signaling molecules called microRNA.
Evaluates whether genes can lead to targeted therapies for osteosarcoma patients.
Photo credit: Mike Carpenter
Our research team is dedicated to better understanding how genes and environment affect the development and survival of osteosarcoma.
What we're doing
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