PhD in Physical Chemistry, UC Davis
BA in Chemistry, UC Santa Cruz
Prescott Deininger is a molecular geneticist with a focus on genetic instability of the human genome in cancer. His work focuses primarily on mobile elements in the human genome and how they serve as risk factors for increased genetic instability. Dr. Deininger has served on the Board of Scientific Counselors for the NIEHS National Toxicology Program and the National Academies Committee for Disaster Resilience in the Biomedical Research Enterprise. He is an executive editor for Analytical Biochemistry and serves on numerous journal editorial boards. Dr. Deininger serves as the director for the Tulane Cancer Center and holds the Brown Foundation Endowed Chair in Oncology.
Please view Dr. Deininger's publications at his NCBI profile page.