Dr. Lawrence P. McIntosh


Associate Member, Michael Smith Laboratories
CIHR Scientist

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Department of Chemistry

BSc, University of Calgary (1982)
PhD, University of Oregon (1990)
Helen Hay Whitney Postdoctoral Fellow, Whitehead Institute, MIT (1991-1992)
Killam Research Prize (1998)
Alexander von Humbolt Research Fellow (1999)
Sabbatical visitor, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany (1999-2000)
CIHR Scientist (2000-2005)

McIntosh Lab Website

Email: mcintosh@chem.ubc.ca
Office Tel: 604-822-3341
Lab Tel: 604-822-3029

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Using NMR spectroscopy, new mechnisms for the regulation of ETS transcription factors by “bead-on-a-string” sumoylation and the “rheostatic” effects of multi-site phosphorylation on DNA-binding auto-inhibition were elucidated. This may provide a new approach to the understanding and treatment of ETS-related cancers.

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