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Signaling Networks & Metabolic Pathways Research Program

The overall mission of the Signaling Networks & Metabolic Pathways (Basic Science) Research Program is to discover new foundational aspects of cancer biology needed to translate research from bench to bedside. The Basic Science program spans disciplines of cancer cell signaling, cancer metabolism, tumor immunology, inflammation, and the microenvironment.

Program Aims

  • Research aberrant cancer cell signaling, developmental processes, and metabolism to delineate the molecular basis of tumor initiation, progression, and metastasis.
  • Research the role of the microenvironment, inflammation, and immune responses in tumor initiation, progression, and therapy resistance.


Daniel Starczynowski, PhD

Daniel Starczynowski, PhD
Associate Director for Basic Science Research

Key Research Findings

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University of Cincinnati
Cancer Center

231 Albert Sabin Way, Suite 2005
Cincinnati, OH 45267
Phone: 513-558-2177
Fax: 513-558-2666