Lishann Ingram

Lishann Ingram

Major Professor: Dr. Brian Cummings
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B.S. Biology, Clark Atlanta University 2013

Research Interests

My project focuses on the investigation of whether targeting myristolation of Src family kinases (SFKs) is essential for their mediation to paracrine fibroblast growth factor receptor (FGFR) induced prostate tumor progression. Furthermore, I must determine if the compound exhibits an inhibitory effect on FGF10 induced prostate cancer through targeting the Src kinase signaling.

Of Note

Peer- Reviewed Manuscript

1. Lori A. Hill Neves, Lishann M. Ingram, and Melissa B. Davis. (2011) The Characterization of Cell Line CRL-2335 as a Basal- Like Breast Carcinoma Model, Breast Cancer: Basic and Clinical Research (5) 67-72.

Grant Funding

National Institute of Health /National Cancer Institute- R01 CURE Supplement Recipient  June 2015

GlaxoSmithKline Science Achievement Award

In the amount of $3000 for the 2014-15 academic year.  The scholarship award is to be used to help defray your educational expenses at University Of Georgia.