Dr. Blackwell’s Career
Dr. Timothy Blackwell works as a professor of medicine and biology at the Center for Lung Research. He works as part of a large team of doctors and scientists who analyze different lung diseases on a cellular basis to see how cancers progress. He hopes to discover how to advance cancer treatments to provide patients with better outcomes.
Dr. Timothy Blackwell specializes in treating lung cancer and other lung diseases.
Over the course of his career, Dr. Blackwell has authored and co-authored over 200 articles. Most of his articles center on lung cancer and lung cancer treatment. He has also written about other lung diseases and pleural mesothelioma, a disease that arises because of exposure to asbestos.
His Focus on Asbestos
Dr. Timothy Blackwell and his colleagues have studied a protein complex known as nuclear factor kappa B and its role in developing asbestos-related cancers. The main idea behind this research is to decrease unchecked inflammation to decrease cancer growth.