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Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences

Amy Yee

Professor of Developmental, Molecular & Chemical Biology
Amy Yee

Amy Yee

Professor of Developmental, Molecular & Chemical Biology

Office phone: 617-636-6850
Lab phone: 617-636-6851
Campus: Boston
Office: Jaharis 614
Laboratory: 
Jaharis 601
Education: 
BS, Biochemistry, University of California, Berkeley
PhD, Biochemistry, University of California, Davis
Postdoctoral Training, The Rockefeller University
Research synopsis: 

We are investigating new molecular mechanisms of tumor suppression to design new diagnostic and therapeutic strategies in breast cancer. We combine investigations in signaling pathways and in transcriptional regulation with directed clinical studies. We focus on the Wnt pathway, which has emerged as a major pathway in breast and other cancers, and HBP1, as a transcriptional repressor that is also a suppressor of Wnt signaling. HBP1 mutations are clinically associated with invasive breast cancer. Thus, HBP1 is a new tumor suppressor gene with clinical and molecular impact on invasive breast cancer.

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