Alain  Nepveu

Professor

Oncology; Biochemistry; Medicine

James McGill Professor

Address:
Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre
1160 Pine Avenue West, Office: Room 414; Lab: Room 411
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 1A3

Telephone: Office: 514-398-5839; Lab: 514-398-5163
E-mail: alain.nepveu@mcgill.ca

Education: Ph.D., Université de Sherbrooke; M.Sc., B.Sc., Université de Montréal.

Research Focus: DNA repair and mutagenesis in cancer; Cell Cycle Regulation and Checkpoint Controls; Genomic Analysis And Transcriptional Regulation.


Recent Presentations:

Nepveu, A. A Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: CUX1, a Haploinsufficient Tumour Suppressor Gene Overexpressed in Advanced Cancers. 10th Annual Bellairs Research Workshop on Molecular Cell Biology and Proteomics, St. James, Barbados, January 2014.. Ramdzan, Z., R. Pal, C. Vadnais, G. Vandal, C. Cadieux, L. Leduy, S. Davoudi, L. Yao, A. K. Karnesis, M. Paquet, D. Dankort, and A. Nepveu, A. RAS-­‐Transformation in Cancer Cells Requires CUX1-­‐Dependent Repair of Oxidative DNA Damage 2nd Canadian Symposium on Telomeres and Genome Integrity, Lac Delage, Quebec, May, 2014. Won the best presentation award.

Ramdzan, Z., R. Pal, C. Vadnais, G. Vandal, C. Cadieux, L. Leduy, S. Davoudi, L. Yao, A. K. Karnesis, M. Paquet, D. Dankort, and A. Nepveu, A. RAS-­‐Transformation in Cancer Cells Requires CUX1-­‐Dependent Repair of Oxidative DNA Damage. Gordon Research Conference on Mutagenesis. Giona, Spain, June 2014.

A. NepveuA Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: CUX1, a Haploinsufficient Tumour Suppressor Gene Overexpressed in Advanced Cancers. Biochemistry Summer Symposium at Memorial University of Newfoundland, St-­‐John's. August 13, 2014. Keynote Speaker

Recent Publications:

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