Welcome to the Lauberth Lab
The Lauberth Lab is located at the University of California, San Diego on the 3rd floor of Bonner Hall. Our research is committed to the identification and characterization of gene regulatory programs that control developmental processes, cellular stress responses, and oncogenic signaling pathways. In the past several years we have focused on addressing several hypotheses regarding the mechanisms that modulate the establishment, regulation, and diversity of mutant p53 transcriptional and gain-of-function (GOF) properties. Our research studies will ultimately advance the potential for target based screening approaches, an issue of great significance in light of the recent successes in targeting histone modification effector proteins/readers for developing cancer therapies.
We are accepting applications for highly motivated and talented undergraduate/graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Individuals with a strong background in biology and a record of scientific productivity are encouraged to apply by emailing (email@example.com) me. Please be specific about your research interests in your email.
How a gene that usually protects against cancer becomes the disease’s aggressor http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/ business/biotech/sd-me-p53-cancer-20171107-story.html
9/29| Congratulations to Homa on the publication of her paper in Nature Communications that describes a new mechanism by which […]
Congratulations to Homa on the acceptance of her paper in Nature Communications that describes a new mechanism for mutant p53 […]