Department of Chemistry
University of Richmond
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I believe I've written about my advanced elective course (CHEM333, Chemical Biology) before. It has an interesting format where we touch on a variety of new techniques in the field of chemical biology and read recent articles where they are implemented. If...read more
The Pollock lab utilizes chemical biology techniques, biochemical methods, and organic synthesis to understand breast cancer and lung cancer development and progression. In particular, we are interested in nuclear receptor function, phosphorylation signaling pathways, and the link between cancer and inflammation. In addition, we use proteins to do interesting chemistry like detection or sequestration of metabolites.
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