Study Team for the BOOST Osteosarcoma Registry

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Our multi-phase research project brings together an A-team of basic and translational scientists with outstanding records of achievement in sarcoma research.

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David Largaespada, PhD
Professor

612-626-4979
larga002@umn.edu

Takes the genes we find in BOOST and tests them in mice.

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Jaime Modiano, VMD, PhD
Perlman Professor of Oncology and Comparative Medicine

612-625-7436
modiano@umn.edu

Compares genes in humans to those in canine osteosarcoma patients.

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Branden Moriarity, PhD
Assistant Professor

612-625-2226
mori0164@umn.edu

Takes the genes we find in BOOST and tests them in mice.

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Logan Spector, PhD
Division Director Professor

612-624-3912
spect012@umn.edu

Leads the BOOST team.

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Subbaya Subramanian, PhD
Associate Professor, Basic and Translational Research

612-626-4330
subree@umn.edu

Investigates whether the genes we find in BOOST will interact with signaling molecules called microRNA.

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Brenda Weigel, MD, MSc
Professor

612-626-5501
weige007@umn.edu

Evaluates whether genes can lead to targeted therapies for osteosarcoma patients.

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U of M BOOST registry/osteosarcoma teamPhoto credit: Mike Carpenter

Our research team is dedicated to better understanding how genes and environment affect the development and survival of osteosarcoma.

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