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Omar Abdel-Wahab, MD

Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program

Physician-scientist Omar Abdel-Wahab studies the functional genomics of hematopoietic malignancies.

The Omar Abdel-Wahab Lab

Prasad S. Adusumilli, MD

Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories

Physician-scientist Prasad Adusumilli studies tumor immunology and the development of T-cell-mediated immunotherapy for thoracic malignancies and pleural-based diseases.

Image from the cover of Journal of Clinical Investigation, August 2016

David Allis, MD

Molecular Biology Program

Molecular biologist C. David Allis investigates the histone code and its impact on gene regulation and chromosome dynamics.

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Kathryn V. Anderson, PhD

Developmental Biology Program

Developmental biologist Kathryn Anderson studies genetic pathways that direct embryonic patterning and morphogenesis in the mouse embryo.

Anderson lab

Cristina R. Antonescu, MD

Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories

Physician-scientist Cristina Antonescu studies the molecular pathogenesis of soft tissue sarcomas and gastrointestinal stromal tumors.

The Antonescu Lab

Daniel Bachovchin, PhD

Chemical Biology Program

Chemical biologist Daniel Bachovchin designs selective inhibitors to study enzymes and pathways in cancer and immune system signaling.

The Daniel Bachovchin Lab Group Photo

Samuel Bakhoum, MD, PhD

Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program

Physician-scientist Samuel Bakhoum studies the role of chromosomal instability in tumor evolution and metastasis.

Samuel Bakhoum Lab Group

Vinod Balachandran, MD

Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories

Surgeon scientist Vinod Balachandran investigates T cell immunobiology in pancreatic cancer.

The Vinod Balachandran Lab

Zhirong Bao, PhD

Developmental Biology Program

Developmental biologist Zhirong Bao investigates how the genome dictates development using C. elegans as a model.

The Bao Lab, MSK

Mary Baylies, PhD

Developmental Biology Program

Developmental biologist Mary Baylies studies the mechanisms that form and maintain muscle both during normal development and in disease.

Mary Baylies Lab