Cancer Biology & Genetics
Our scientists study the molecular and genetic determinants of cancer predisposition, tumor development, and metastasis.
Pictured: Scott Lowe
Our researchers explore the molecular mechanisms that control normal cell behavior and how these mechanisms are disrupted in cancer.
Pictured: Alan Hall
The goal of our research is to build computer models that simulate biological processes, from the molecular level and up to the organism as a whole.
Pictured: Chris Sander
Our investigators study the mechanisms that control cell proliferation, cell differentiation, tissue patterning, and tissue morphogenesis.
Pictured: Kathryn Anderson
Our research incorporates a range of areas and expertise, and is aimed at translating laboratory findings into effective clinical applications.
Pictured: Alexander Rudensky
Our research is directed at understanding how cell growth is regulated and how the integrity of the genome is maintained.
Pictured: Kenneth J. Marians
Molecular Pharmacology & Chemistry
Our research program serves as a conduit for bringing basic science discoveries to preclinical and clinical evaluation.
Pictured: David Scheinberg
Our researchers are dedicated to understanding biology at the structural and mechanistic levels, and aiding the development of new cancer therapies.
Pictured: Nikola Pavletich