Marion campus scientists awarded grant to identify molecular mechanisms that drive cancer

July 23, 2021

Marion campus scientists awarded grant to identify molecular mechanisms that drive cancer

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Faculty of OSU Marion Campus are excited to announce a National Institutes of Health’s National Cancer Institute for research in the role of chromatin remodeling factors in DNA double strand break repair. Assistant Professor of Molecular Genetics Dr. Ruben Petreaca, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Dr Ryan Yoder, and Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Dr. Renee Bouley are working together to make an impact in cancer research.

 

For the local story: https://www.marionstar.com/story/news/2021/07/17/osu-marion-scientists-awarded-grant-molecular-cancer-research/7963754002/