Mandi Murph

University of GeorgiaUnited States of America

Mandi Murph is a Georgia Cancer Coalition Scholar and an Assistant Professor in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. Before coming to Georgia, Murph was a postdoctoral fellow in Systems Biology at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. She won a young investigator award from the Biochemical Journal. She is an author on publications in Cancer Cell, Molecular Cancer, Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Molecular Cancer Research, PLoS ONE, Clinical Cancer Research and the Journal of Biological Chemistry. She has received grant funding from the Georgia Cancer Coalition and the National Cancer Institute, which is part of the National Institutes of Health.

3books edited

2chapters authored

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Melanoma - Current Clinical Management and Future Therapeutics serves as an advanced course in melanoma or an addendum to further polish expertise. Sections of the book include a thorough introduction on epidemiology and disease, the current surgical management of melanoma and lymph node dissection, immunotherapy along with drug toxicities and emerging research topics, like RAGE and autotaxin, that have potential therapeutic applications. The chapters in this book explore the most common subtype of melanoma, cutaneous disease, as well as a rare form, acral lentiginous melanoma and even canine tumors. Experts from around the globe contributed chapters, most of which have visual illustrations to depict aspects of disease management and therapy, allowing readers to grasp the advanced concepts presented.

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