Dr. Davis is a pediatric hematologist and oncologist, with expertise in sarcoma and solid tumors. Research in the Davis lab uses invitro human and animal models in order to:
- Study transcription factor targeting as well as gene regulation in the progression of cancer versus normal development through genomic and proteomic approaches.
- Develop new therapies and diagnostics for childhood cancer by focusing on chromatin maintenance, transcription and organization in cancer progression, such as functional consequences of aberrant chromatin and its role in oncogenesis.
- Understand how certain genes activate and deactivate in occurrences of Ewing’s sarcoma and renal carcinoma.
Links to more information:
- Dr. Davis’ Lab
- June 2017 CRI Update Featuring Dr. Davis
- Hematology-Oncology Research at UNC
- UNC Healthcare News: Researchers Show How a Cancer Gene Protects Genome Organization
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