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Biomedical Research Building 913 (R5)
Tan A. Ince, M.D., Ph.D.

Tan A. Ince, M.D., Ph.D.

  • Research Professor
  • Pathology
Research InterestPage 1
1. Development of cell culture technology: Dr. Ince’s laboratory develops new nutrient media to establish primary human cell lines from patients for precision oncology applications and drug discovery. 2. Epigenetic regulation of stem cells: They discovered that human breast and ovarian cancer stem cells are regulated epigenetically by HDAC7. 3. Multiplexing prognostic and therapeutic proteins: They found that the combined expression of AR/VDR/ER predicts 6.9 fold better survival for breast cancer.