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Changes in oxygen levels lead to shifts in the cellular metabolome and transcriptome. This is especially relevant in the context of cancer where the tumor microenvironment can often be hypoxic and lead to the activation of programs that augment the pathogenic potential of the disease. Reciprocally, metabolic dysfunction in cancer can affect oxygen consumption and the production of reactive oxygen species that feed into oxygen sensing pathways. Please join us to hear about the latest work on the connections between oxygen sensing, metabolism, and cancer from Celeste Simon, Navdeep Chandel, and Amato Giaccia.
Dr. Navdeep S Chandel Depart. of Medicine and Cell Biology Northwestern University View Bio
Dr. M. Celeste Simon Scientific Director University of Pennsylvania View Bio
Dr. Amato Giaccia Prof. of Radiation Oncology Stanford School of Medicine View Bio
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