Connie Eaves Lab
Dr. Connie Eaves
Cancer Research Technologist
Research Projects Coordinator
Ebrahim Eskandari Nasab, PhD
Dr. Zhengcheng (Leo) He, PhD
Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow
Margarita MacAldaz, PhD
Dr. Shrinka Sen, PhD
Shu Xian Susanna Tan, PhD
Fang-wu Wang, PhD
Laura Gonzalez Campos
Keheng (Tina) Wang
Si Wei Vivian Wu
De novo and cell line models of human mammary cell transformation reveal an essential role for Yb-1 in multiple stages of human breast cancer.
Cell death and differentiation, 2021
Epigenetic and functional changes imposed by NUP98-HOXA9 in a genetically engineered model of chronic myeloid leukemia progression.
Single-cell analysis of autophagy activity in normal and de novo transformed human mammary cells.
Scientific reports, 2020
Initiation of human mammary cell tumorigenesis by mutant KRAS requires YAP inactivation.
Response to Comment on "PP2A inhibition sensitizes cancer stem cells to ABL tyrosine kinase inhibitors in BCR-ABL+ human leukemia".
Science translational medicine, 2019
Transcriptional regulation of normal human mammary cell heterogeneity and its perturbation in breast cancer.
The EMBO journal, 2019
Evolving as a Scientist and a Mentor.
Clonal Analysis of Mouse Mammary Luminal Epithelial Cell Transplants.
Stem cells and development, 2019
Experimental hematology, 2019
A topological view of human CD34+ cell state trajectories from integrated single-cell output and proteomic data.
Women in Stem Cell Science: Part II.
Stem cell reports, 2018
Plerixafor effectively mobilizes CD56bright NK cells in blood, providing an allograft predicted to protect against GVHD.
Basal-like Breast Cancers: From Pathology to Biology and Back Again.
Stem cell reports, 2018
Mass Cytometric Analysis Reveals Viable Activated Caspase-3+ Luminal Progenitors in the Normal Adult Human Mammary Gland.
Cell reports, 2017
Analysis of parameters that affect human hematopoietic cell outputs in mutant c-kit-immunodeficient mice.
Experimental hematology, 2017
Distinct signaling programs control human hematopoietic stem cell survival and proliferation.
Dissociation of Survival, Proliferation, and State Control in Human Hematopoietic Stem Cells.
Stem cell reports, 2017
Barcoding reveals complex clonal dynamics of de novo transformed human mammary cells.
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