Radoslav Goldman


Associate Professor
Department of Oncology; Department of Biochemistry and Molecular & Cellular Biology; Director, Proteomics Shared Resource


Population Sciences


Translational studies that combine cancer biology with the development of quantitative mass spectrometric methods. The goal is early diagnosis of cancer, improved disease classification, understanding of carcinogenic mechanisms, and targeted therapy. We focus on mass spectrometric analysis of glycopeptides with the aim to determine their functions in the progression of infectious diseases to cancer. Applications include studies of liver, head&neck, and prostate cancers using a growing repository of human samples and relevant model systems. Special interest in glycoprotein evolution, structure, and function. Current research funded by NIH and DOD.