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Steven K. Nordeen, PhD



 – PhD, University of Rochester (1977)


Research Activities:

 – Mechanisms of differential regulation of gene expression of progesterone and cortisol receptors

 – Mechanisms that regulate the transcriptional activity of steroid receptors

 – View Research Page


Selected Publications:









Nordeen SK, Bona BJ, Beck CA, Edwards DP, Borror KC, DeFranco DB (1995). Steroid antagonists: When an antagonist isn't. Steroids 60, 97-104.

Nordeen SK, Moyer ML, Bona BJ (1995). Modulation of glucocorticoid-regulated transcription by purines: Novel characteristics and implications for tissue specificity of steroid response. Endocrinology 136, 1120-1127.

Lieberman BA, Nordeen SK (1997). DNA intersegment transfer: How steroid receptors search for a target site. J. Biol. Chem. 272, 1061-1068.

La​mbert JR, Nordeen SK (1997). An epigenetic mechanism imposes differential hormone responsiveness in human breast cancer cells. (Submitted for publication).


Office Location:

 Research Center 1 South

 Room 5117




 Office Phone:


(303) 724-4301

(303) 724-3712


Mailing Address:

 University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

 12801 East 17th Avenue

 Mailstop 8104

 Aurora, CO 80045​​​​​