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pancreatic cancer cells have abundant autophagosomes
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immunohistochemistry of patient pancreatic ductal adenocarinoma for the transcription factor TFE3 organoids : pancreatic tumor organoids grown in culture
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Injury-activated microglia (red) in close proximity to inhibitory synapses (green) in the dorsal spinal cord
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Activated microglia (green with red nuclei) surrounding an injured motoneuron (blue) in the mouse spinal cord

Anatomy Department welcomes Rohit Bose MD PhD as new Faculty Member

Rohit Bose MD PhD is an assistant professor and practicing genitourinary medical oncologist in the Department of Anatomy, co-appointed in the Departments of Medicine (Division of Hematology & Medical Oncology) and Urology. He is a Member of the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center and aims to be affiliated with the BMS Graduate Program.

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After an honors thesis studying lymphocyte costimulation with Professor Peter Bretscher, he joined Professor Jeff Wrana’s lab during his MD/PhD at the University of Toronto, researching how the TGF-beta and Wnt signaling pathways tightly regulate the epithelial architecture of cells beyond transcriptional control. He then entered the Medical Research Track of Internal Medicine Residency at Weill Cornell, followed by Medical Oncology Fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. As a Fellow and Instructor there, he trained in Dr. Charles Sawyers’ lab, studying how oncogenic and tumor suppressive transcription factors coordinate to give rise to prostate cancer. He joined the UCSF faculty in 2018. For more info about his current research program, please visit rohitlab.org

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