JCCC Research Seminar featuring Dr. Hilary Coller
Autophagy in the Tumor Microenvironment
- Date: January 27, 2022 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
- Location: Virtual event (registration required, see description)
10833 Le Conte Ave.
Los Angeles, California 90095
NOTEThis is event is being held virtually. Registration is required. Please visit this Zoom link to register and attend: cancer.ucla.edu/JCCCSeminarSeries.
Hilary Coller, PhD
Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology at UCLA
Department of Biological Chemistry at David Geffen School of Medicine
Dr. Hilary Coller's current research focus is on understanding the molecular basis of quiescent cells (cells in a temporary non-dividing state). While the commonly held perception of quiescence is as a sleepy or default state, her research instead suggests that quiescence is an active and highly regulated process. Using sophisticated technologies and computational approaches to understand the cellular networks that underlie quiescence, Coller's lab is applying next generation sequencing, mass spectrometry proteomics and mass spectrometry metabolomics to generate high-quality datasets defining the characteristics of proliferating and quiescent cells.
Sponsored by the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center Epigenomics, RNA and Gene Regulation Program.