SIX-EYA Protein Interactions and Function in Cancer

Momentum Fellow (2018-2020)

Tami Kingsbury, PhD, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Tami Kingsbury, PhD

Dr. Kingsbury is working to understand how a group of proteins that usually functions in normal development can also promote cancer.


Kingsbury TJ, Kim M, Civin CI. Regulation of cancer stem cell properties by SIX1, a member of the PAX-SIX-EYA-DACH network. Adv Cancer Res. 2019.

Kim M, Civin CI, Kingsbury TJ. MicroRNAs as regulators and effectors of hematopoietic transcription factors. Wiley Interdiscip Rev RNA. 2019.

Creed TM, Baldeosingh R, Eberly CL, Schlee CS, Kim M, Cutler JA, Pandey A, Civin CI, Fossett NG, Kingsbury TJ. The PAX-SIX-EYA-DACH network modulates GATA-FOG function in fly hematopoiesis and human erythropoiesis. Development. 2020.

Moses BS, McCullough S, Fox JM, Mott BT, Bentzen SM, Kim M, Tyner JW, Lapidus RG, Emadi A, Rudek MA, Kingsbury TJ, Civin CI. Antileukemic efficacy of a potent artemisinin combined with sorafenib and venetoclax. Blood Adv. 2021.