Welcome To The Morgan Lab
The Morgan Lab is a translational research laboratory focused on identifying biomarkers associated with treatment response, primarily through molecular profiling of tumor cells circulating in the blood and bone marrow of men with prostate cancer.
LAB NEWS & RECENT EVENTS
Morgan Lab Annual Summer Party (2021)
June 2021-The Morgan Lab and colleagues met at Dr. Morgan's house for a fun evening of food, drinks, and games!
Congratulations Dr. Daniel Bekong, MD, on Residency Program Acceptance!
April 2021 - Congratulations to Dr. Daniel Bekong, MD, on his acceptance of a residency position in Internal Medicine at the University of Toledo.
Congratulations Marissa Solorzano on Medical School Acceptance!
February 2021 - Congratulations to lab member, Marissa Solorzano, who has been accepted and has committed to studying at Michigan State University's Medical School starting in the Fall of 2021.
April 2020 - Members of the Morgan Lab published a study revealing a role for Wnt signaling as a driver of prostate cancer bone metastatic tropism and invasion in the journal Translational Oncology.
The Morgan Lab at the Annual University of Michigan Urology Holiday Party (2019)
Morgan Lab Annual Summer Party (2019)
The Morgan Lab and colleagues all met at Dr. Morgan's house for a fun evening of food, drinks, and games!
Prostate Cancer and Hereditary Risk: A Doctor Explains the Connection
Some genetic mutations linked to breast cancer also can affect men, but in a different way. A Michigan Medicine urologist explains the connection.
Michigan Medicine opens first prostate cancer risk clinic in the nation
The clinic will help men with genetic predisposition to prostate cancer identify and monitor their risk of the disease.