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The Choi lab performs basic and pre-clinical researches that combine multidisciplinary approaches to understand mechanisms of carcinogenic transition in gastric carcinogenesis using novel in vivo and in vitro models which are unique in the gastric cancer field.

One more paper in 2022!

Jun. 16, 2022—Dysplastic stem cell plasticity functions as a driving force for neoplastic transformation of pre-cancerous gastric mucosa  

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Check this out! New paper!

May. 11, 2022—Our latest international collaborative work on the function of p57Kip2 in chief cell plasticity is just out in Cell Stem Cell.  

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Eunyoung is the Funderburg award 2022 recipient!

May. 4, 2022—  The AGA Research Foundation awards $2.56 million in research funding    

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We welcome Halee!

May. 4, 2022—Halee, We are excited to have you join our lab!  Welcome!!!

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Check this out!

Oct. 18, 2021—Defining the origin of gastric metaplastic cells  

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Check our our new publication!

Sep. 8, 2021—Title Chief cell plasticity is the origin of metaplasia following acute injury in the stomach mucosa Published in Gut, September 2021 DOI 10.1136/gutjnl-2021-325310 Authors Caldwell, Brianna, Meyer, Anne R, Weis, Jared A, Engevik, Amy C, Choi, Eunyoung    

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We are looking for a postdoc!

Jun. 7, 2021—The Choi Lab is seeking a highly motivated, recent a PhD graduate to participate in gastric cancer research. The position will focus on To assess cellular mechanisms of de novo cancer stem cell differentiation caused by acquired mutations during carcinogenic transition between pre-cancer and cancer To assess cellular heterogeneity and plasticity of de novo cancer...

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We welcome Alexis!

May. 17, 2021—We are excited to have you join our lab!  Welcome!!!

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