Anders Mutvei, Ph.D.
Favorite movie: Forrest Gump
Hometown: Stockholm, Sweden
Non-science activity: music
Dream benchmate: Michal (a dream come true)
One item from your bucket list: build a time machine
Your scientific interests: cancer signaling
Current research interests: lysosomes, mTORC1 signaling and tumor metabolism
During my PhD, I studied several aspects of how dysregulation of Notch signaling, a stem cell signaling pathway, contributes to breast cancer. In the Blenis lab, I am studying the interplay between mTORC1 and the lysosome in the regulation of cellular metabolism.
Honors and Awards
Postdoctoral grant from the Swedish research council
Mutvei A BMC Cancer 2015
Jin, Mutvei et al., Oncogene 2012
Landor, Mutvei et al., PNAS 2011