The Kessenbrock lab and the Department of Biological Chemistry is hosting Dr. Long Cai from the California Institute of Technology. Dr. Cai shared his exciting findings on “Spatial Genomics: single cell in situ and lineage analysis” on May 17th, 2017, 11:00AM-12:00PM in the Hitachi Lecture Hall. Thanks to Andrew Komoto for helping to organize Long’s […]
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Entries by Kai
Susan G. Komen® Orange County, in partnership with leading Orange County breast centers has created a comprehensive breast health education series to inform and empower breast cancer patients to take charge of your breast health. On Oct 18th, 2016, it was our turn to host this event focusing on “Metastasis Research, Treatment, and Prevention Advances: […]
The Annual Single Cell Analysis USA Congress conference focused on the latest developments in single cell analysis research as well as the latest technologies and applications utilised in the single cell industry. Kai presented the labs progress on our single cell analyses on transcriptomic and epigenetic heterogeneity within the human breast epithelial system. http://www.singlecellusa-congress.com/
Kai was invited to give a talk on “Understanding breast cancer initiation and progression in single cell resolution” hosted by Prof. Jinzhi Lei from the Zhou Pei-Yuan Center for Applied Mathematics at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. Tsinghua University (abbreviated THU; Chinese: 清华大学) is a research university located in Beijing, China, and one of the […]
Congratulations to Quy for winning one of this year’s Opportunity Awards from the Center for Complex Biological Systems (CCBS) together with Tao Peng from Qing Nie’s lab at UCI. This award will foster the collaboration between the Nie and Kessenbrock labs on “Understanding the systems-level changes during breast tumorigenesis using single cell RNA-seq”. Each winning […]
Congratulations to Nick for getting one of the competitive slots on the NIH-T32 Training Grant of the Mathematical, Computational and Systems Biology Program!
Kai gave a talk at the “Stem Cell Niche – Development and Disease” Conference organized by the NovoNordisk Foundation. The aim of the conference is to provide a niche for presentations of the latest basic research in stem cell and developmental biology and to stimulate exchange of ideas by providing ample time for both formal […]
The Kessenbrock lab and the Department of Biological Chemistry is hosting Roberto Zoncu from the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at UC Berkeley. His seminar “The lysosome in nutrient sensing and cellular growth control” takes place on May 18th, 2016, 11:00AM-12:00PM in the Hitachi Lecture Hall. Thanks to Andrew Komoto for helping to organize […]
The Lawson and Kessenbrock labs have celebrated their lab openings on Thursday, May 5th 5pm in the court yard between Sprague Hall and Hewitt Hall with drinks and tacos on Cinco de Mayo. Thanks to all lab members in the photo who helped organizing this event – and of course to everyone at UCI who […]
Kai was selected to present the labs progress on “Reconstructing the Lineage Hierarchies within the Human Breast Epithelium in Single Cell Resolution”. This 1-day regional conference provides an annual opportunity for leading research groups from southern California to showcase their current research activities in any area relevant to Systems Biology. Consequently the scientific themes presented […]
The Kessenbrock Lab studies cellular communication in single cell resolution in the context of normal tissue homeostasis and in breast cancer. We want to understand how stem cell behavior is extrinsically regulated by the microenvironment of the mammary stem cell niche and learn how the molecular composition of the niche changes during tumorigenesis. Our interdisciplinary research approach will identify biomarkers for early detection and may ultimately lead to the discovery of novel therapeutic approaches to treat or even prevent breast cancer before it develops.
Kai Kessenbrock, Ph.D.
University of California, Irvine
School of Medicine
Department of Biological Chemistry
Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
Center for Complex Biological Systems
Sue and Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center