Mark Day, PhD

Mark Day, PhD

Director of Education, Basic/Translational Research
Professor of Urology


Dr. Day received his PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology from Washington University School of Medicine, where he remained on the urology faculty for 3 years. He has been on the Urology faculty at Michigan for the last 26 years. He is a member of the Graduate Cancer Biology Program and the Tumor Biology Program at Michigan and within the Rogel Comprehensive Cancer Center. Over the last 3 decades he has been awarded grants from, and reviewed for numerous federal, state and international scientific institutions including the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, American Cancer Society and Department of Defense. He has also trained many graduate students, undergraduate students, medical students, post-doctoral fellows and has mentored clinical residents, fellows and junior faculty in Urology, Medical Oncology and Pathology. 



R21 CA259763: Delineation of tumor, stromal and immune transcriptomes at the infiltrating interface of muscle invasive bladder cancer  $405,700
Principal Investigator: Day, M
Co-Investigators: Kaffenberger, S, Palmbos, P, Udager, A