Su Lab

MCD Biology

University of Colorado, Boulder

 

Our goal is to understand how cells safe-guard their genetic information. We want to know how they do this during their normal course of life as well as when they become exposed to external insults like radiation that can damage DNA.  Loss of genetic information can result in death and disease. By understanding how cells safe-guard their genetic information, we may help prevent or treat diseases that result from loss of genetic information such as cancer.

 

We use Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) in our studies because it is a good model for human biology  (read more about this).

 

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Su Lab in the popular media

Getting Girls into Science Early

Signaling Training Grant webpage

DNA damage responses in marine invertebrates

 

See also   www.suvica.com:    translating basic research findings in Drosophila into better therapies for human disease

 

Contact Information: MCD Biology, 347 UCB, Colorado Ave, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309-0347. Ph: 303-735-2837. Fx: 303-492-7744

Link to MCDB Departmental web page

Link to Tin Tin Sus faculty page at the University of Colorado