Profiles in Cancer Research

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The men and women who contribute to cancer research come from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. These profiles highlight the work of NCI and NCI-funded researchers, clinicians, and others and describe what led them to embark on a career in cancer research.

Christal Sohl, Ph.D.

The San Diego State University biologist uses a variety of methods, including structural, computational, and kinetic analyses, to study enzymes that may play a role in cancer.

David Q. Matus, Ph.D.

David Matus studies cellular invasion during normal development in the worm, C. elegans, as a model for understanding this behavior in metastatic cancer cells.

  • Updated: June 22, 2017

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