Thomas Jefferson University
Dr. Casimiro is an Assistant Professor at Thomas Jefferson University. For the last 10 years he has been working on breast cancer from a novel perspective. He has experience in mouse model systems of human disease and extensive molecular biology experience. He was the first to identify a novel mechanism involving the interaction of the cell cycle and metabolism. Dr. Casimiro will design and execute the experiments related to the aims and assist in writing and submiting the manuscripts.
LQT and KCNQ1, Cyclin D1 - noncanonical functions in breast cancer, Cyclin D1 and prostate cancer, Cancer cell metabolism.