Gioeli Lab

Associated with the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Cancer Biology (MIC), the Gioeli Lab works to understand the mechanistic underpinnings of the cell signaling network that contribute to cancer progression and resistance to therapy.

We are identifying signaling pathways that compensate for androgen ablation in prostate cancer, looking for combinatorial therapeutic targets in a variety of solid tumors, and developing a novel tumor microenvironment model to interrogate host-tumor interactions and evaluate cancer therapeutics.

Cancer Cell Signaling Informing Prostate Cancer Treatment

A discovery about cancer cell signaling could lead to a way to make certain prostate cancer cells more susceptible to radiation treatment.

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Harrison Fellowships

Two undergrad researchers receive Harrison Fellowships for research in Gioeli Lab. Congrats to the recipients of this reward!

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Pioneering New 3-D Cancer Model to Speed New Treatments

The creation of a 3-D model of a cancer tumor that can replicate the complex nature and behavior of a real tumor.

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