Melinda L. Angus-Hill, PhD
- Mouse Models of Cancer
- Genetics Colon Cancer
- Colon Cancer
- Genes, APC
- Departments: Internal Medicine - Assistant Professor, Oncological Sciences - Adjunct Assistant Professor
- Divisions: Gastroenterology
- Cancer Center Programs: Nuclear Control of Cell Growth & Differentiation
Academic Office Information
Huntsman Cancer Institute
2000 Circle of Hope
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Melinda Angus-Hill, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine and an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Oncological Sciences at the University of Utah School of Medicine. She is a Huntsman Cancer Institute investigator, and a member of the Nuclear Control of Cell Growth and Differentiation Program.Angus-Hill is currently principal investigator of a National Cancer Institute Mentored Career Development Award, "Mouse Models of Sporadic Colorectal Cancer." Previously, she was a research associate in the Department of Human Genetics working in the laboratory of Nobel Prize Laureate Mario Capecchi, PhD, where she co-led research in molecular and clinical approaches to colon cancer precursors.Angus-Hill received a bachelor's degree in biology from Westminster College in Salt Lake City and a PhD in oncological sciences from the University of Utah.
|Doctoral Training||University of Utah
- Bice BD, Stephens MR, Georges SJ, Venancio AR, Bermant PC, Warncke AV, Affolter KE, Hidalgo JR, Angus-Hill ML (2017). Environmental Enrichment Induces Pericyte and IgA-Dependent Wound Repair and Lifespan Extension in a Colon Tumor Model. Cell Rep, 19(4), 760-773.