Distinguished research work in the search for the treatment of diseases

DSC_0575-1024x735-300x215The Universidad Central del Caribe (UCC) congratulates Yaliz Loperena, Raysa Rosario and Ivette Suárez, students in the Cellular and Molecular Biology doctoral program of the UCC School of Medicine, who were each invited by the American Association for Cancer Research to present their research work at the annual meeting to be held in Washington, D.C. This honor is a recognition of the work done by students in the UCC Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences, in the search for treatment of various diseases. The students will be presenting the following research topics: Yaliz Loperena: Effects of Ganoderma lucidum on cytokine expression in Inflammatory Breast Cancer; Raysa Rosario: Ganoderma Lucidum (Reishi) Induces Autophagy in Inflammatory Breast Cancer Cells to Promote Cell Death; Ivette Suarez: Ganoderma lucidum (Reishi) downregulates key proteins overexpressed in IBC and chemosensitizes EGFR-overexpressing cells to erlotinib.

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