Assistant Professor - Radiation Oncology
Assistant Professor - Biomedical Engineering
Graduate Program Affiliations
Biomedical Science (Cancer Biology)
Biomedical Science (Free Radical and Radiation Biology)
BS (Biomedical Engineering), University of Texas, Austin, TX
MD (Medical Scientist Training Program), University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC
PhD (Medical Scientist Training Program) University of North Carolina School of medicine, Chapel Hill, NC
Dr. Griguer's laboratory research focuses on mechanistic studies of glioma initiation and progression, especially the contributions from the mitochondria. Over the past 10 years, as PI on several university- and NIH-funded grants, I laid the ground work in our understanding on how mitochondria play an essential role in tumor chemo-resistance and survival in glioma.
Mitchell "Mitch" Coleman
Dr. Coleman focuses his oxidative stress and mitochondrial research expertise on trying to describe redox metabolic features of articular chondrocytes that are critical to maintaining healthy articular cartilage under normal loading conditions but play a role in pathology under severe mechanical loads. Dr. Coleman has conducted substantial translational work with a focus on pathogenesis as a result of mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress.
Dr. Allen is an Assistant Professor and Physician Scientist in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Iowa. Dr. Allen is a redox biochemist with expertise in manipulating metabolic oxidative stress to enhance radiation and chemotherapy effectiveness and reduce associated treatment related toxicities.