Research Labs

24 Faculty Members found
Chemical Biology Program
The Daniel Bachovchin Lab Group Photo
Daniel Bachovchin, PhD
Chemical biologist Daniel Bachovchin designs selective inhibitors to study enzymes and pathways in cancer and immune system signaling.
Chemical Biology Program
The Sean Brady Lab @
Sean Brady, PhD
Sean Brady's research interests center on both the discovery and the functional characterization of new small molecules from previously inaccessible genetic sources.
Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program
Chi Lab
Ping Chi, MD, PhD
Physician-scientist Ping Chi studies genetic and epigenetic mechanisms of transcriptional regulation by oncogenic factors in GIST, MPNST, melanoma and other solid tumors.
Chemical Biology Program
Pictured: Chiosis Lab
Gabriela Chiosis, PhD
The Chiosis lab uses a unique chemical biology approach to understand, diagnose, and treat cellular processes associated with chronic molecular stress, with the ultimate goal of developing novel therapeutic options for use in the clinic.
Jonathan Coleman, MD
Jonathan Coleman is a physician-scientist focused on translational research, cancer genomics, and patient-derived organoid models in the study of urologic malignancies. Ongoing work includes the development of local ablative therapies, their influence on the tumor microenvironment, and implications for therapy response.
Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories
Aimee Crago, MD, PhD
Physician-scientist Aimee Crago studies mechanisms by which common genomic events drive initiation and progression of soft tissue tumors.
Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program
The James Fagin Lab
James A. Fagin, MD
Physician-scientist James Fagin focuses on the pathogenesis of thyroid cancer and the role of oncogenic kinases.
Molecular Pharmacology Program
The Alex Kentsis Lab
Alex Kentsis, MD, PhD
Cancer biologist and pediatric oncologist Alex Kentsis leads research in the functional proteomics and molecular pharmacology of refractory childhood cancers.
Memorial Hospital Research Laboratories
Human Oncology & Pathogenesis Program
The Levine Lab
Ross L. Levine, MD
Mechanisms of genetic and epigenetic cooperativity which drive myeloid transformation; Elucidating and modeling evolution from hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells to clonal hematopoiesis and then to myeloid malignancies; Identification and credentialing novel therapeutic dependencies in myeloid malignancies