Research Labs

37 Faculty Members found

Kathryn V. Anderson, PhD

Developmental Biology Program

The Anderson laboratory studies genetic pathways that direct embryonic patterning and morphogenesis in the mouse embryo.

Anderson lab

Robert Benezra, PhD

Cancer Biology & Genetics Program

Cancer biologist Robert Benezra studies the molecular mechanisms of tumor growth and metastatic progression using mouse models. In addition, he studies the spindle assembly checkpoint which ensures proper chromosome segregation and is often deregulated in cancer.

Robert Benezra Lab Group

Raju Chaganti, PhD

Cell Biology Program

Geneticist Raju Chaganti studies genomic instability in cancer cells and its implications for clinical behavior of tumors and normal cellular developmental pathways.

Pictured: Raju CHaganti Lab group photo

Yu Chen, MD, PhD

Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program

Physician-scientist Yu Chen studies the role of transcription factors that are critical for prostate cancer development.

The Chen Lab

Bayard Clarkson, MD

Molecular Pharmacology Program

Chemical biologist Bayard Clarkson focuses on the development of targeted therapies aimed at cancer stem cells.

Lydia Finley, PhD

Cell Biology Program

Lydia Finley studies the mechanisms that link metabolic pathways to cell fate decisions.

The Lydia Finley Lab

Karuna Ganesh, MD, PhD

Molecular Pharmacology Program

Physician-scientist Karuna Ganesh studies stem cell plasticity in metastasis, therapy resistance and tissue regeneration.

The Karuna Ganesh Lab

Anna-Katerina Hadjantonakis, PhD

Developmental Biology Program

The Hadjantonakis laboratory studies pluripotency, cell lineage commitment, tissue patterning, and morphogenesis in mammalian embryos and in vitro stem cell models.

The Anna-Katerina Hadjantonakis Lab

Alan M. Hanash, MD, PhD

Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program

Physician-scientist Alan Hanash studies transplant immunology and immune-mediated mechanisms of tissue damage and regeneration.

The Alan Hanash Lab

Kristian Helin, PhD

Cell Biology Program

Cancer biologist Kristian Helin studies how genetic and epigenetic mechanisms affect transcription and cell-fate decisions, and how their deregulation contributes to cancer.

Kristian Helin Lab