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Dr. Copland's lab creates cell lines to mimic properties of original tumor tissue and preclinical cell models that will pave the way for future cancer treatment.
Dr. Copland's lab uses whole-genome-wide expression analysis to profile human carcinomas and identify aberrant signaling pathways.
Dr. Copland's lab examines RhoB and FoxO3a signaling in anaplastic thyroid carcinoma and other aggressive cancers.
The lab studies SCD1's role as a novel molecular target for the treatment of renal cell carcinoma and as a predictive biomarker for therapy in patients with renal cell carcinoma.
Dr. Copland's lab tests drug therapies that manipulate novel genes and proteins in combinations that are specific to the subtype of human cancers.
Dr. Copland's lab collaborates with numerous other researchers from Mayo Clinic, the U.S. and abroad.
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