Research Labs

10 Faculty Members found

Lydia Finley, PhD

Cell Biology Program

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

The Lydia Finley Lab

John L. Humm, PhD

Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories

Medical physicist John Humm focuses on noninvasive imaging of the tumor microenvironment using nuclear imaging methods.

Andrew M. Intlekofer, MD, PhD

Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program

Physician-scientist Andrew Intlekofer investigates why cancer cells depend on specific pathways of nutrient metabolism.

Andrew Intlekofer Lab Group

Kayvan R. Keshari, PhD

Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories

Biochemist and imaging specialist Kayvan Keshari explores changes in cancer metabolism to develop advanced imaging techniques and cancer targets.

The Kayvan Keshari Lab

Jason S. Lewis, PhD

Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories

Radiochemist Jason Lewis develops molecular imaging agents for the imaging and therapy of cancer.

The Jason Lewis Lab Group

Justin Perry, PhD

Immunology Program

Immunologist Justin Perry investigates homeostatic apoptotic cell clearance and how this process is exploited during cancer development and progression.

Stephen Solomon

Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories

Dr. Solomon is an interventional radiologist whose team investigates novel minimally invasive, image-guided therapies and their biologic and immunologic interactions.

The Stephen Solomon Lab

Sunitha B. Thakur, PhD

Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories

Medical physicist Sunitha Thakur focuses on MR biomarkers for early detection and monitoring response to treatment.

Craig B. Thompson, MD

Cancer Biology & Genetics Program

Memorial Sloan Kettering President Craig Thompson studies molecular signaling pathways that regulate nutrient uptake and the role these pathways play in the regulation of cell growth and survival.

The Craig Thompson Lab

Pat B. Zanzonico, PhD

Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories

Medical physicist Pat Zanzonico focuses on radionuclide-based methods for detecting and localizing tumor hypoxia, immune effector-cell trafficking, patient-specific dosimetry for radionuclide therapies, and small-animal and molecular imaging.