Errors in cell division can cause cancer. Here, chromosomes in blue are being pulled in the wrong directions by the microtubules in red which will result in aneuploidy. Photo by Ryan A. Denu of the UW Carbone Cancer Center and the National Cancer Institute
Dr. Aussie Suzuki is studying the fundamental mechanisms of cell division to better understand how cancer develops from aneuploidy, a deadly error in the dividing process. UW News covers how he and Dr. Beth Weaver of McArdle along with Dr. Mark Burkard are paving the way to clarity with technological advances. Read the full article on the UW News website.