Our Research Focus
Reprogramming normal human cells into cancer cells by recurrent genetic alterations found in human cancers (Science 2018)
Convergence of transcriptional and epigenetic landscapes in two different cancer types (Science 2018 and Cancer Cell 2019)
A novel genetically engineered small cell bladder cancer model reveals potential therapeutic targets (PNAS 2020)
Which cells are origin for human prostate cancer? (PNAS 2016)
Kelly (Yunsol) Jo joined Duke Pathology Graduate Program. Congrats!!
David Lee successfully finished the Chemistry Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) and gave his poster presentation. Congrats!!
Park lab received a DoD Kidney Cancer Idea Development Award
Park lab received a DoD Prostate Cancer Idea Development Award
Jung Wook Park, PhD, has been granted a Prostate Cancer Foundation Young Investigator Award
Park Lab received 2020 DCI Spring Pilot Project RFA Award
The Mike Slive Foundation has just awarded a grant to Drs. Jung Wook Park and Jiaoti Huang to study the function of neuroendocrine cells in prostate cancer. The project will take advantage of Dr. Huang’s expertise in prostate cancer pathology and experience in neuroendocrine cell biology and Dr. Park’s technology in culturing and manipulating primary human epithelial cell in-vitro. Read more about January 2nd, 2020 Mark Slive Foundation Awards Park and Huang[…]