Madeleine Oudin, PhD

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Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering

 

Education

BSc, Biochemistry, McGill University
MSc, Pharmacology, Kings College, London
PhD, Neuroscience, Kings College, London
Postdoctoral Training, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Location

Campus: Medford
Office: Science & Engineering Complex - 134
Laboratory: Science & Engineering Complex - 139

Contact Information

Office Phone: 617-627-2580
E-mail   Send an e-mail

Links

Research Web Site  Lab Research Page
Recent Publications  Abstract in PubMed

Graduate Programs

Cell, Molecular & Developmental Biology

 

Research Synopsis

The main goal of the lab is investigate the role of the extracellular matrix (ECM), and its associated components, in cancer metastasis and drug resistance. The ECM is required for morphogenesis and maintenance tissue integrity, and it acts as a key regulator and effector of both physiological and pathophysiological tissue function. We study cancer progression from the perspective of the ECM, focusing on how dynamic, bidirectional signaling between the ECM and cells regulates cell behavior in tumor, immune and stromal compartments. Our interdisciplinary approach will place the lab at the intersection of cell biology, translational research, and bioengineering, and we will implement innovative technologies such as intravital imaging, 3D CRISPR screens, microfluidics and implantable devices to support our research.

 

Lab Members

Brendon Clover, MS Student in Biomedical Engineering  Send an e-mail
Will Le, PhD Student in Biomedical Engineering  Send an e-mail
Andrew Wishart, Research Technician  Send an e-mail

Apply to the Sackler School

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The priority application deadlines are as follows:

December 1: Basic Science Division PhD Programs

February 15: Building Diversity in Biomedical Sciences

March 31: Post-Baccalaureate Research Program

May 1: Clinical & Translational Science, MS in Pharmacology & Drug Development