Lindsay Dresang is an associate professor in the Department of Biology at UWSP. Her teaching emphasis is in Human Anatomy and a Survey of Human Dissection. Dresang has developed additional coursework in Cancer Biology and Virology. Her research focuses on liver metastasis in an immunocompromised mouse model to explore the pathway similarities of three metastatic cancer cell lines of diverse cellular origin. She is also interested in teaching as research.
- Tumor Virology
- Teaching as Research
Dresang L. R., Van Scoyk C. A., Kuehn K. J., Tauber T. A., Tondin A. R., Broske M. A., Schreiner C. J. (2022) Comparing transcriptomic profiles from seven cell lines to elucidate liver metastatic potential. Advances in Cancer Biology – Metastasis 4:100018.
Dresang, L. R., Guastafierro, A, Arora, R., Normolle, D., Chang, Y., Moore, P. S. (2013). Merkel Cell Polyomavirus-Positive Merkel Cell Carcinoma Mouse Xenografts Respond to YM155 Treatment in a Dose, Duration, and Cell Line Dependent Manner. PLoS One 8(11):e80543
Dresang, L. R., Teuton, J. R., Feng, H, Jacobs, J. M., Camp, D. G. 2nd, Purvine, S. O., Gritsenko, M. A., Smith, R. D., Sugden, B., Moore, P. S., Chang, Y. (2011). Coupled Transcriptome and Proteome Analysis of Human Lymphotropic Tumor Viruses: Insights on the Detection and Discovery of Viral Genes. BMC Genomics 12(625).
Dresang, L. R., Vereide, D. T., Sugden, B. (2009). Identifying Sites Bound by Epstein Barr Nuclear Antigen 1 (EBNA1) in the Human Genome: Defining a Position-Weighted Matrix to Predict Sites Bound by EBNA1 in Viral Genomes. J Virol 83(7):2930-2940.
- American Association for Anatomy
- Human Anatomy & Physiology Society
- Faculty of 1000 Prime, Peer Reviewer
- Gamma Sigma Delta, Honor Society in Agricultural Sciences
- Phi Theta Cappa, Two-year Colleges Honor Society
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