MG Graduate Maurisa Riley Croce wins ACS postdoctoral fellowship

January 27, 2014

Maurisa is currently working in the lab of Guillermina Lozano, PhD, Chair of the Genetics Department at MD Anderson Cancer Center. The Lozano lab studies the p53 pathway, which is mutated in over 90% of all human cancers. Specifically, I am investigating how several genes in this pathway contribute to solid tumor development and metastasis using mouse models. Understanding such complex genetic relationships will help us to develop more targeted, effective therapies for human disease.