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Researchers in the lab of Carol Otey, PhD, found that the protein palladin enhances the ability of cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAFs) to assemble organelles known as invadopodia to break down the barriers between cells and create pathways for tumors to spread throughout the body. Findings published in the March 25 issue of Oncogene.
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Silvia Goicoechea funded by NIH to study pancreatic tumor-associated fibroblasts
July 2011 - NIH has funded Silvia Goicoechea, PhD, to study invadopodia assembly in pancreatic tumor-associated fibroblasts.
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Otey a guest on local radio program "Your Health"
May 14, 2011 - Carol Otey participated in a local radio program called Your Health on News Talk 1360 WCHL
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Faculty research featured in the winter issue of the UNC publication, endeavors
Research by Azcarate, Lund and Otey appears in the winter issue of the UNC publication, endeavors - Cheney lab graduate student, Alex Raines, has byline
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Otey promoted to Professor
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Anderson departs UNC for NIH; Otey appointed Interim Chair
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Otey lab publication on molecular markers in pancreatic cancer
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