The Center for Cell Signaling is a multidisciplinary biomedical research center in the School of Medicine.  The Center provides a vibrant atmosphere for talented postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, undergraduate students and research assistants to study mechanisms of signal transduction under the guidance of accomplished Principal Investigators.

We have created an open and co-operative environment that encourages collaborations between all the groups in the Center. We share facilities, instrumentation and expertise. Our work has a primary focus on cancer, to understand the basis for transformation and expose targets for therapeutic interventions. Radiation and immunotherapy are featured approaches and our discoveries are translated from the bench to bedside by the clinicians among us.