Phillip Hylemon, Ph.D.
Research program member: Cancer Cell Signaling
1217 E. Marshall St.
Richmond, VA 23298-0678
Professor, Microbiology and Immunology, School of Medicine
PhD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (1971)
My research focuses on 1) Bile acid activating cell signaling in the liver, 2) Cholangiocarcinoma and bile acids, and 3) Secondary bile acids and colon and liver cancer.
Animal models,Bioinformatics,Cancer cell biology,Cancer risk behaviors,Cell signaling,Epigenetics,Inflammation,Lipid signaling,Metabolism,Obesity,Signal transduction
Awards and honors
Adolf Windous Prize for Outstanding Bile Acid Research Publications, 1990, Falk Foundation, Germany
Virginia's Outstanding Scientist Award, 1991, Science Museum of Virginia
VCU Award of Excellence, 2005, Virginia Commonwealth University
VCU Outstanding Scholar Award, 1992, Virginia Commonwealth University