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Mair Churchill, PhD



Molecular Oncology


University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus


The student must have completed three years of college and have a solid chemistry and/or biochemistry background.

​Number of Openings: 1


The major goals of the ongoing projects are:

  1. Understand the molecular mechanisms of chromatin assembly
  2. Discover ways to intervene in these processes as potential new therapies for a variety of cancers


Students will: (a) prepare proteins for analysis, (b) perform structural biology experiments, (c) perform analysis using tissue culture systems, (d) acquire and analyze data, and (e) interpret and discuss results according to literature.