Dan A. Liebermann


Dan Liebermann has completed his first degree in Bachelor of Science from Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. He did his Ph.D. in the field of Molecular Genetics from Weizmann Institute of Sci., Rehovoth, Israel. He is currently working as a professor of Fels Institute for Cancer Research and Department of Medical Genetics in Molecular Biochemistry at Temple University School of Medicine. He received many awards in the research in the field of cancer genetics. He served on many international/national organizations and committees. He attended many international conferences. He published articles in many national and international journals.

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His current research program is aimed at elucidating the role Gadd45 & MyD genes play in hematopoietic cell development, and growth arrest and apoptosis in general, as well as understanding how genetic lesions which impair Gadd45 & MyD gene expression or function,contribute to oncogenesis and inflammation, with an emphasis on blood cell malignancies and breast cancer.

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