Department of Chemistry
University of Richmond
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When my colleague, Dr. Mike Norris, approached me with a biological application of Ruthenium complexes that his inorganic lab synthesizes, it is no surprise that I said yes. I love collaborations that bring together expertise across disciplines and enhance...
The Pollock lab utilizes chemical biology techniques, biochemical methods, and organic synthesis to understand breast cancer and inflammatory disease development and progression. In particular, we are interested in nuclear receptor function, phosphorylation signaling pathways, design of prodrugs, and the link between cancer and inflammation. We have a lot of collaborators on and off campus so we can expand our scientific discoveries.
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