People

Alejandro Sweet-Cordero, MD

Professor in Residence
Pediatrics

Our goal is to identify novel therapeutic approaches for cancer that target the genetic mutations and altered signaling networks that are specific to cancer cells and their microenvironment. We use functional genomics applied to mouse and human systems (genetically engineered models, patient derived xenografts) to understand the signaling pathways and transcriptional networks that regulate the outcome of specific oncogenic mutations and to identify new approaches for cancer therapy. We have two primary disease interests: lung cancer and pediatric sarcomas.

Macha Aldighieri, PhD

Postdoc Scholar - Employee
M_PEDS-ONCOLOGY

Inge Behroozfard

Staff Research Associate
M_PEDS-ONCOLOGY

Marcus Breese, PhD

Staff Computational Biologist
M_PEDS-ONCOLOGY

Marcela Briones Martin Del Campo, PhD

Postdoc Scholar - Employee
Pediatric Hematology Oncology

Emma Champion, BS

Staff Research Associate
Pediatrics

Andrew Clugston, PhD

Postdoc Scholar - Employee
Pediatrics

Truc Dinh

Staff Research Associate I
M_PEDS-ONCOLOGY

Phuong Dinh, BS

Junior Specialist
M_PEDS-ONCOLOGY

Elizabeth Hwang

Graduate Student

Christine Johnson, BS

Staff Research Associate I
M_PEDS-ONCOLOGY

Kaja Kostyrko, PhD

Postdoc Scholar - Fellow
Pediatrics

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