Sulma Mohammed, Associate Professor of Cancer Biology
One of Dr. Mohammed’s research focus in on identification of specific and sensitive biomarkers for early detection of breast cancer. Her laboratory employs laser capture microdissection, proteomics, and nanotechnologies to determine differences in proteins' expression profiles between tumor and normal cells and to identify differentially expressed proteins. The proteins can be used as biomarkers for cancer detection and as targets for therapeutic intervention.

For more information on Dr. Mohammed, visit her department website here.