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Welcome to our Worldwide Directory of Pathologists
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Institution: University of California, San Francisco
Subspecialties: Medical renal, Thoracic
Research Interests: How alterations in the patterns and dynamics of regulation of complex signaling networks through site-specific post-translational modifications relate to human disease, using MS based targeted proteomic techniques to study site specific phosphorylation within the RAS/MAPK signaling network in KRAS mutant lung adenocarcinoma, signaling responses to neuronal injury in animal models of neurodegeneration and repair and regulation of signaling within injured renal podocytes.
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