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Dr. Richard A. Cerione of Cornell University presents

April 11 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Richard A. Cerione, PhD, seminar speaker

Richard A. Cerione, PhD
Goldwin Smith Professor of Pharmacology and Chemical Biology
Cornell University

Talk title: “TBD”

1131 Bioinformatics

Host: Kirsten Bryant

Please join us and show support for our seminar speakers!

(For those unable to attend, a zoom link is available upon request to MiMi Le.)


Richard Cerione is a leader in the field of small GTPase biology. His most recent research is focused on cancer metabolism.

From his website:

Expertise: Biochemical, structural, genetic, and small-molecule chemistry

Current Research Interest: Biological signaling pathways involved in cell growth and differentiation, with particular emphasis on cancer progression and neurogenesis

The research efforts of my laboratory have focused on understanding how cellular signaling pathways influence cell growth and differentiation, as well as how aberrant signaling activities lead to disease states such as cancer and other disorders. The laboratory is multi-disciplinary using various cell systems and mouse models to identify novel signaling events that influence fundamentally important biological processes, and chemistry and structural approaches to define the molecular basis for these events.


April 11
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Mimi Le


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