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FHCRC Investigators

Principal Investigator Projects

ThompsonBeti Thompson, Ph.D.
Member
Public Health Sciences

Email:bthompso at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-4673

Program:
Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research.


OUTREACH Core

Research Interest

U54-2 Investigators (2013-2018)

BeresfordShirley Beresford, Ph.D.
Member
Public Health Sciences


Email:beresfrd at u.washington.edu
Tel: (206) 543-9512

Pilot Project 1:
Where Health and Horticulture Intersect: A Navajo Wellness Collaboration.

Research Interest

BrentRoger Brent, Ph.D.
Member
Basic Sciences


Email: rbrent at fhcrc.org

Tel: (206) 667-1482

Full Project 4:
Time-resolved flow cytometric study of cell signalling.

Research Interest

KempChris Kemp, Ph.D.
Member
Human Biology
Public Health Sciences

Email: cjkemp at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-4252

 

Pilot Project 2:
Therapeutic targets for doxorubicin resistant breast cancer.

Research Interest

LiChris Li, Ph.D.
Member
Public Health Sciences

Email: cili at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-7444

 

Full Project 3:
Advancing understanding of hormonal contributors to breast cancer etiology and progression.

Research Interest

LinialMaxine Linial, Ph.D.
Member
Basic Sciences

Email: mlinial at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-4442

ITREC:
Integrated Training and Evaluation Core.

Research Interest

PetersonKaren Peterson, Ph.D.
Director, Office of Scientific Career Development
Human Biology


Email: kperterso at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-5319

ITREC:
Integrated Training and Evaluation Core.

 

PorterPeggy Porter, Ph.D.
Member

Public Health Sciences
Human Biology

Email: kperterso at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-3751

Full Project 3:
Advancing understanding of hormonal contributors to breast cancer etiology and progression.

Research Interest

SchwartzStephen Schwartz, Ph.D.
Member
Public Health Sciences

Email: sschwart at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-4660

ITREC:
Integrated Training and Evaluation Core.

Research Interest

SimonJulian Simon, Ph.D.
Associate Member
Clinical Research

Human Biology


Email: jsimon at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-6241

ITREC:
Integrated Training and Evaluation Core.

Research Interest

Past U54-1 Investigators (2007-2012)

AdamsScott Adams, Ph.D.
Post Doctoral Fellow
Public Health Sciences


Email: sadams at fhcrc.org

Tel: (206) 667-6427

Project 15:
Metal Exposure Assessment in Southern New Mexico.

 

BeresfordShirley Beresford, Ph.D.
Member
Public Health Sciences

Email
: beresfrd at u.washington.edu
Tel: (206) 543-9512

Pre-pilot 11:
Gardends for Health: Development of an Intervention Model for the Preventin or Management of Diet Related Illness Among the Navajo.

Research Interest

BrentRoger Brent, Ph.D.
Member
Basic Sciences

Email: rbrent at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-1482

Project 13:
Time-resolved flow cyotmetric study of cell signalling.

Research Interest

CeballosRachel Ceballos, Ph.D.
Assistant Member
Public Health Sciences

Email: rceballo at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-7806

Project 16:
Health Disparities and Access to Participation in Cancer-related Research.

Research Interest

CoronadoGloria Coronado, Ph.D.

Currently a Senior Investigator,
Mitch Greenlick Endowed Scientist for Health Disparities



Project 5:
Promotora outreach for cervical cancer screening.

EdgarBruce Edgar, Ph.D.

Group Leader in the
DKFZ-Zentrum für Molekulare Biologie der Universität Heidelberg (ZMBH)
Alliance

Project 6:
Genetic analysis of Egfr signaling and cell adhesion.

GottschlingDan Gottschling, Ph.D.
Member
Basic Sciences

Email: dgottsch at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-4494

Project 2:
How does metabolic rate affect age-induced genomic instability?

Research Interest

LinialMaxine Linial, Ph.D.
Member
Basic Sciences

Email: mlinial at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-4442

Project 4:
Graduate training in cancer research and health disparities.

Research Interest

MoinpourCarol Moinpour, Ph.D.
Member
Public Health Sciences


Email: cmoinpou at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-4604

Project 9:
"Una Mano Amiga, patient navigator program for Southwest New Mexico.

Research Interest

NewcombPolly Newcomb, Ph.D.
Member
Public Health Sciences


Email: pnewcomb at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-3476

Project 15:
Metal Exposure Assessment in Southern New Mexico.

Research Interest

PetersonKaren Peterson, Ph.D.
Director, Office of Scientific Career Development
Human Biology


Email: kperterso at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-5319

Project 7:
Undergraduate student training in cancer research.
RobertsJim Roberts, MD/Ph.D.
Member
Basic Sciences


Email: jroberts at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-5083

Project 17:
Inhibition of ER-dependent cell signaling by GPER: potential role for p27kip1.

Research Interest

RohrschneiderDr. Larry Rohrschneider, Ph.D.
Member
Basi
c Sciences




Project 10:
Comparison of protein-protein interactions of Grb7 and s-SHIP within the P13 kinase signaling pathway of stem cells.
SchwartzStephen Schwartz, Ph.D.
Member
Public Health Sciences


Email: sschwart at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-4660

Project 4:
Graduate training in cancer research and health disparities.

Research Interest

SimonJulian Simon, Ph.D.
Associate Member
Clinical Research


Email: jsimon at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-6241

Project 7:
Undergraduate student training in cancer research.

Project 8:
Development of Biologically-active Datura Extract as a Breast Cancer Therapy.

Research Interest

StrongRoland Strong, Ph.D.
Member
Basic Sciences

Email: rstrong at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-5587

Project 1:
Synthesis of new ligands for the characterization of siderophore- ExFABP interactions.

Research Interest

 

AndersonProject Manager

Jennifer Anderson
Public Health Sciences

Email: janderso at fhcrc.org
Tel: (206) 667-7480

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This U54 PACR Program (New Mexico State University/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center) is supported by the
National Cancer Institute [5U54CA132383 and 5U54CA132381].
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