MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford
Center for Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence Focused on Therapy Response

Faculty

Parag Mallick, Ph.D.Parag Mallick, Ph.D.
Co-Leader: Project 4
Assistant Professor of Medicine
USC Center for Applied Molecular Medicine
8900 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Phone: (310) 272-7640
Fax: (310) 272-7656

Email: mallick@usc.edu
Website: http://www.usc.edu/programs/pibbs/site/faculty/mallick_p.htm

Co-Leader: Project 4, Director of Clinical Proteomics (CAMM); Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry (UCLA) Consultant in Proteomics for Project 6
Dr. Mallick's primary appointment is as Director of Clinical Proteomics at the USC Center for Applied Molecular Medicine. In addition, he is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California, Los Angeles. His research interests have focused on development of tools for quantitative, proteome-scale analyses of protein structure and function and on the application of those tools to global profiling for predictive, personalized cancer diagnosis and prognosis. He has historically focused on problems bridging the interface between experimental studies and analytic computational challenges. In addition, his background in genome-scale problems in computational biology has enabled him to both develop and refine tools to extract relevant information from the complex Mass Spectrometric-based serum proteome data. Towards this goal, he first used these analytic tools to complement the development of experimental procedures for serum-enrichment by identifying specific steps in the experiment that required attention. Next he applied these tools to discover and begin validation of molecular fingerprints, patterns of proteins, indicative of cancer in mouse and human models. In parallel work, he has been developing statistical models of Mass-Spectrometric processes that have enabled proteotypic peptide-array methods for high-throughput pattern discovery and validation.

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