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Faculty: Michael N. Gould, PhD

Dept: Professor, Oncology
Kelly H. Clifton Professor of Oncology
Contact: 506B McArdle Lab
608-263-6615
gould@oncology.wisc.edu
Training Areas:
  • Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology
  • Oncology
  • Genetics
  • Cellular & Molecular Biology
Lab Website: Click Here

Research Interests

Our laboratory focus is in breast cancer research, including both basic and translational projects. Our three major projects are:

Selected Publications

(Find further publications on PubMed)

  • Leng N, Dawson JA, Thomson JA, Ruotti , Rissman AI. Smits BMG, Haag JD, Gould MN, Stewart RM, and Kendziorski C (2013). EBSeq:An Empirical Bayes Hierarchical Model for Inference in RNA-Seq Experiments. Bioinformatics 29:1035-1043.
  • Smits BMG, Haag, JD, Rissman, AI, Sharma, D, Tran, A, Schoenborn, AA, Baird, RC, Peiffer, DS, Leinweber, DQ, Muelbl, MJ, Meilahn AL, Eichelberg, MR Leng, N, Kendziorski, C, John, MC, Powers, PA, Alexander, CM, and Gould MN (2013). The Gene Desert Mammary Carcinoma Susceptibility LocusMcs1a RegulatesNr2f1 Modifying Mammary Epithelial Cell Differentiation and Proliferation. PLoS Genet.9:e1003549
  • Drinkwater NR, and Gould MN (2012). The Long Path from QTL to Gene. PLoS Genet.8:e1002975
  • Pirone JR, D’Arcy M, Stewart DA, Hines WC, Johnson M, Gould MN, Yaswen P, Jerry DJ, Schneider SS, and Troester MA (2012). Age-Associated Gene Expression in Normal Breast Tissue Mirrors Qualitative Age-at-Incidence Patterns for Breast Cancer.Cancer Epidemiol. Biomarkers Prev.21:1735-1744.
  • Sharma D, Eichelberg MR, Haag JD, Meilahn AL, Muelbl MJ, Schell K, Smits BMG, and Gould MN (2012). Effective Flow Cytometric Phenotyping of Cells Using Minimal Amounts of Antibody. BioTechniques.53:57-60.
  • Smits BMG, Traun BD, Devries TL, Tran A, Samuelson D, Haag JD, and Gould MN (2012). An Insulator Loop Resides between the Synthetically Interacting Elements of the Human/Rat Conserved Breast Cancer Susceptibility LocusMCS5A/Mcs5a. Nucleic Acids Res.40:132-147