• Ricardo Iván Martínez Zamudio
  • Ricardo Iván Martínez Zamudio
  • Assistant Professor
  • Department: Department of Pharmacology
  • Program(s): Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology Graduate Program
  • Major Research Interest(s): Pharmacology
  • Rotating Faculty
  • Phone: 1.7322355955
  • Rutgers University
  • Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
  • Research Towers, Rooms 516-517
  • Piscataway, NJ 08854
  • Key Words: Epigenomics, transcription factor networks, cell fate transitions, cancer, aging, reprogramming, high-throughput sequencing, biochemistry, computational biology, systems biology.
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My lab focuses on the function of transcription factor (TF) networks during cell fate transitions in the early stages of cancer development as well as during aging of the immune system. We use high-throughput sequencing, genome editing, cell isolation and computational approaches to build TF network models. Using this information, we target transcription factors to manipulate cell fates and obtain prognostic epigenetic information to guide clinical treatment.