The goal of my research program at the Sloan Kettering Institute over the past three decades plus has been the understanding of the natural history of genomic instability in cancer cells and its implication to clinical behavior of tumors on the one hand, and to normal cellular developmental pathways on the other. Over this time period, the tools to identify, measure, and analyze the mechanisms of genomic instability have evolved remarkably.
Raju Chaganti, PhD
Research FocusGeneticist Raju Chaganti studies genomic instability in cancer cells and its implications for clinical behavior of tumors and normal cellular developmental pathways.
EducationPhD, Harvard University
- Chaganti, R.S.K., and Nanjangud, G. Cytogenetics of lymphoma. In: Non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas (Mauch, P.M., Armitage, J.O., Coiffier, B., and Dalla-Favera, R., Harris, N.L., eds.) Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, pp809-824, 2003.
- Pasqualucci, L., Migliazza, A., Chaganti, R.S.K., Ye, H. B., and Dalla-Favera, R. Mutations of the BCL6 proto-oncogene disrupt its negative autoregulation in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Blood 101: 2914-2923, 2003.