2016 Faculty Members

CRISSP offers projects in basic, translational, clinical and behavioral research. Applicants are asked to select the two projects that most interest them when completing the application. Roll your mouse over the Research Type to see the definitions. In addition, click on the areas of Research Interest to view participating faculty project descriptions.


CHOP Faculty Hosts for Community College of Philadelphia

Rodney M. Camire, Ph.D.

Division: Hematology

Research Type: BasicBasic Research: Research most often conducted in a laboratory setting that is designed to enhance our scientific knowledge base (does not involve human subjects)

Research Interest: Molecular Mechanisms Responsible for Maintaining Normal Hemostasis

Beverly S. Emanuel, Ph.D.

Division: Human Genetics and Molecular Biology

Research Type: TranslationalTranslational Research: Research focused on bringing concepts in laboratory research directly into medical practice (may or may not involve human subjects)

Research Interest: Chromosomal Abnormalities: Mechanisms and Consequences

Paula Oliver, Ph.D.

Division: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Research Type: BasicBasic Research: Research most often conducted in a laboratory setting that is designed to enhance our scientific knowledge base (does not involve human subjects)

Research Interest: Ubiquitin Pathway Regulation of Immune System Function