Karol Bomsztyk


University of Washington, 

Cancer Biology

Cell Signaling & Cell/Environment Interactions

Gene Expression, Cell Cycle & Chromosome Biology

Epigenetic alteration in disease

Faculty Contact Information

Building: UW Medicine SLU Room: Brotman Room 243 Box: 358050 Phone: 206-616-7949 Alt Phone: 206-543-1014

Lab Information

Location: University of Washington Building: UW Medicine SLU Room: Brotman Room 243 Box: Box 358050 Phone: 206-543-1014 Alt Phone: 206-616-4949

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Research Summary

Detrimental epigenetic processes are emerging as major pathophysiologic culprits of disease including cancer, inflammation, infection and organ injury. These processes involve signaling, transcription and epigenetic factors that regulate gene transcription in the chromatin environment, or the epigenome. To better define epigenetic processes in health and disease, our laboratory has been developing high throughput and sensitivity epigenetic platforms and computational tools and have applied them to study acute organ injury, cancer and inflammation.