Laser Capture Microdissection as a Tool for Compartmentalization Studies.- Histological Evaluation of the Normal Breast.- Methodology for Studying the Compartments of the Human Breast.- Methodological approach to Tissue Micro Array for Studying the Normal and Cancerous Human Breast.- In Vitro Techniques for Studying the Normal Breast and the use of Cell Lines in Breast Cancer Research.- In situ Methods for Indentifying the Stem Cell of the Normal and Cancerous Breast.- Imaging Techniques for Evaluation in vitro Behavior of Normal and Cancerous Breast Tissue.- In vivo Studies of Breast Cancer Cells.- RNA Sequencing in the Human Breast.- Methodological Approaches for the Understanding the Epigenetic Landscape of the of the Human Breast and its Implications in Cancer and Prevention.
Jose Russo, M.D., FACP is a Professor and Senior Member for the Fox Chase Cancer Center. He is also the Director of the Breast Cancer and Environment Research Center at Fox Chase .In addition to his roles at Fox Chase, he is simultaneously an Adjunct Professor of Pathology and Cell Biology at Jefferson Medical College, as well as an Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry at Temple Medical School. His primary research interest includes breast cancer, endocrinology, hormonal and environmental carcinogenesis. He's received several academic and research awards for his outstanding work in the field. He's a member of numerous scientific and professional societies. He has published over 350 scientific papers. He also serves on several editorial boards for several journals including, International Journal of Oncology, Hormone Molecular Biology and Clinical Investigation, and the Journal of Medical Hypothesis and Research. In addition, he's the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Women's Cancer. He's also published several books with Springer in the past. Irma Russo, M.D., FACP, FASCP is Associate Professor at the Fox Chase Cancer Center and the Chief of the Molecular Endocrinology Section oat the Breast Cancer Research Lab. She has over 190 scientific publications.