Double Helix day is in recognition of the discovery of the shape of DNA. It honors James Watson, Francis Crick, Rosalind Franklin, and Maurice Wilkins. This discovery has lead scientists in a quest to identify and understand an organism’s genome.
Tuesday April 16, 2013
Seminar begins at 4pm in S012
(cookies at 3:30)
|"Next Generation Sequencing and Cancer Treatment"|
Dr. Milan Radovich
Department of Surgery
School of Medicine
Dr. Radovich's laboratory is focused on the use of next-generation sequencing technology in translational oncology. In particular, he is using this technology to identify novel drug targets to better treat triple-negative breast cancer, inflammatory breast cancer, and thymic malignancies. Dr. Radovich uses the technology to identify novel mutations that can help explain the causation of these diseases. His work is incorporated into the clinical enterprise of the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center, and actively works with a team of clinicians to recruit patient samples and to apply findings to correlative studies within clinical trials.
To learn more about Dr. Milan's research visit his Laboratory at