Himangshu Bose, Ph.D.

  • BoseMember, Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute
    Department of Laboratory Oncology Research
    Professor of Biochemistry, Department of Biomedical Science, Mercer University School of Medicine - Savannah Campus

    912-350-0415 (phone)
    912-350-1281 (fax)

    Research Focus
    Regulation and control of aromatase expression in breast cancer tumors.

    Himangshu Bose, Ph.D., leads the protein targeting group in our women’s breast cancer program. He is a full professor of biochemistry at Mercer University School of Medicine and a member of the Anderson Cancer Institute. Bose previously served as assistant professor in the Department of Physiology and Functional Genomics at the University of Florida, Gainesville. He was also a pediatric endocrine fellow at the University of California San Francisco where he was supported by an independent training grant from the National Institutes of Health. Bose was trained in the genetics of different endocrine diseases and later moved on to cancer and cardiovascular research. He is supported by federal grants, private foundations, and philanthropic money. Bose's research is well cited and is referenced in all current editions of biochemistry and endocrinology textbooks.