Lori Frappier, Ph.D.


MaRS Centre, West Tower
661 University Ave., Rm. 1633
Toronto, ON, M5G 1M1

Phone #: 416-946-3501

Web Site: http://individual.utoronto.ca/frappierlab/index.html


How herpesvirus promote viral persistence and oncogenesis


Postdoctoral Fellow: Cornell University Medical College
Ph.D.: McGill University
B.Sc.: Queen's University

Fields of Interest:

  • Cellular and Molecular Structure and Function
  • Molecular Microbiology and Infectious Disease


Research Interests:

We study how herpesvirus  proteins (particularly Epstein-Barr virus) manipulate nuclear processes to promote viral persistence and contribute to oncogenesis, often using proteomics methods.  We also study how PML nuclear bodies are regulated and disrupted by viral proteins, and the functions of a novel DNA replication protein that we discovered by proteomics.


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