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Monroe Lab

Welcome

Photo of John MonroeThe interest of my laboratory is in defining the molecular basis for cell fate decisions triggered by plasma membrane receptors. In particular, we have focused on the translation of receptor-initiated signals as they relate to cell fate decisions leading to cell growth, survival and apoptosis. Each of these cellular processes when deregulated lead to the loss of the homeostatic balance necessary for normal tissue growth, renewal, and differentiation and, can result in cancer and autoimmunity.

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University of Pennsylvania | Perelman School of Medicine