Kristi Grønvold Bache has defended her thesis "The function of ubiquitin-binding protein complexes in endocytic downregulation of growth factor receptors"

Kristi Grønvold Bache from Harald Stenmark's group at the Department of Biochemistry has defended her thesis "The function of ubiquitin-binding protein complexes in endocytic downregulation of growth factor receptors". The disputation took place on March 11th in the Auditorium at the Norwegian National Hospital in Oslo.

The results presented in the thesis represent a first step towards understanding the molecular mechanisms of endocytic downregulation of growth factor receptors and provide novel links between this pathway and growth regulation and cancer.

Visit the web page of Harald Stenmark's group to read more about the subjects covered in the thesis.