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Genetic Driver Mutations Define the Microenvironmental Composition in Glioblastoma

Please join the Department of Neurosurgery and The Tisch Cancer Institute for a special lecture on Wednesday, January 16 at 12 pm at The Mount Sinai Hospital.

Dolores Hambardzumyan, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine will present “Genetic Driver Mutations Define the Microenvironmental Composition in Glioblastoma.”

At Emory, Dr. Hambardzumyan is a member of the Cancer Cell Biology Research Program at Winship Cancer Institute, as well as the Cancer Biology Program at Emory Laney Graduate School.

Prior to joining Emory, she was an Assistant Professor of Molecular Medicine at Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.

Dr. Hambardzumyan received her PhD in Neuroscience from H. Buniatian Institute of Biochemistry in Armenia and her Master of Science in Biochemistry from Yerevan State University, also in Armenia.

Dr. Hambardzumyan’s research investigates how the microenvironment of the brain contributes to pediatric and adult glioblastoma growth and response to therapy.

Wednesday, January 16 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

The Mount Sinai Hospital, Annenberg Building, 24th Floor, Room 24-206B
1468 Madison Ave 10029

Event Type

Lecture/Seminar

Audience

Faculty, Postdocs, Students, Health Care Professionals, Prospective Students, Prospective Faculty

Campus

The Mount Sinai Hospital

Departments

Neurosurgery

Institutes

The Tisch Cancer Institute

Tags

Lecture/Seminar

Hashtag

#cancer

Presenter(s)

Dolores Hambardzumyan, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine

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