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Richard Freiman

Richard Freiman

Associate Professor of Medical Science

Department: Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, & Biochemistry

Phone: +1 401 863 9633


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70 Ship Street, Room 407 - 863-9633

Research Summary

Chromatin and transcriptional control; regulation of tissue specific gene expression in the mouse reproductive system; transcriptional deregulation in ovarian cancer.

Past or Present Projects Available:

Development functions of CRSP70 during mouse embryogenesis; Examining estrogen-dependent regulation by TAF46 in the mammalian ovary; Specialized transcription complexes in the gonads; Chromatin remodeling in mammalian development; Regulation of gene expression during organogenesis; Investigation in the transcriptional regulation of the ovary; The role of TAF4b in diverse human cancers; The genetic basis of cleft palate in mice; The role of transcription factor TAF4b in cell proliferation and cancer; Sirt1 and PC2: Elucidating the role of transcription factors in hypothalamic hormone processing