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Dr. Elise Champeil

Dr. Elise Champeil is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sciences at John Jay College.  Her expertise is in synthetic organic chemistry.  Dr. Champeil was recently awarded a Support of Competitive Research (SCORE) SC3 award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) entitled “Role of p21 in the upstream p53-independent signaling pathway in response to MC and DMC DNA Interstrand Crosslinks,” in the amount of $463,861 over a period of 4 years.  This NIH-funded research has the potential to offer treatment which could be tailored to cancer cells lacking the p53 transcriptional factor.

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