Dr. Daniel Dominguez Joins Pharmacology as New Faculty Member

Dr. Dominguez. who is an alumni of the Pharmacology Graduate program has joined the department as our newest Assistant Professor faculty member.

Dr. Daniel Dominguez Joins Pharmacology as New Faculty Member click to enlarge Dr. Daniel Dominguez

We are pleased to announce a new faculty member, Dr. Daniel Dominguez, who will start this fall. Daniel was a UNC Pharmacology graduate student working with Zefeng Wang before moving to Chris Burge’s lab at MIT.  The Burge lab is a leader in the analysis of large-scale transcriptome datasets related to cancer.  As a postdoc, Daniel developed a novel high throughput method to define the structure and sequence specificity of nearly 80 RNA binding proteins, and then determined how RNA-protein interactions affect sensitivity to chemotherapeutics. WELCOME!

*Dr. Dominguez is accepting rotation students in Fall 2018.