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RNA systems biology

The goal of our research is to understand RNA regulatory networks and their dysregulation in human disease. The main focus of the lab is to understand the role of RNA regulation in controlling the timing of biological responses, specifically focusing on human steroid hormone production. We utilize next-generation RNA technologies to study treatment-resistant cancer, diabetes, and hypertension in collaboration with physician/scientists at CU Anschutz.

 

The lab is in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics.

We are members of the vibrant and interactive RNA Bioscience Initiative

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CONTACT

University of Colorado School of Medicine

Research Complex 1 South

12801 E 17th Ave, Aurora, CO 80045

Lab

Location: RC1S 10403A

Phone: 303-724-3567

Office

Location: RC1S 10115

Phone: 303-724-1623

Contact Neel directly:

neelanjan'dot'mukherjee'at'ucdenver'dot'edu