Craig Hauser's Research Focus
Dr. Hauser’s research has centered on the interplay between the regulation of gene expression and oncogenic transformation. A major focus has been determining the role of the Ets family of transcription factors in cancer. His work has defined several distinct roles for Ets factors in mediating the many features of cellular transformation, and revealed unanticipated complexity in this transcription factor gene family.
Craig Hauser's Bio
Dr. Hauser earned his Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics from University of California at Irvine. Following postdoctoral training at UC Berkeley, Dr. Hauser was recruited to the Sanford-Burnham faculty in 1989, and was promoted to Associate Professor in 1996. In 2005, he became an adjunct faculty member and assumed a full-time administrative role. Dr. Hauser currently serves as Vice President for Scientific Resources, and as Cancer Center Associate Director, Shared Resources, overseeing Sanford-Burnham’s Shared Resource operations, scientific equipment, and scientific regulatory compliance.