Center for Cell Signaling

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.

Center Facilities

The Center for Cell Signaling has all the facilities and instrumentation to culture a variety of cells and to produce and purify many different natural or recombinant DNA, proteins and enzymes. The center is well equipped for research involving biochemistry, molecular biology and cell biology.
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Employment

Research employment opportunities are available in the Center for Cell Signaling for Undergraduates, Graduate Students, and Postdoctoral Fellows.
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Director David Brautigan, Phd.

Center Director David Brautigan, Phd., was named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2016. His research seeks to elucidate molecular mechanisms of intracellular signaling that govern cell survival and proliferation, especially in cancer cells.
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