Cancer Research

Musashi Gene Research

Musashi Gene Research has a new website!

Although iconic in Japanese history and culture, Musashi’s name and unique story became part of the scientific lexicon serendipitously. In the early 1990s, a group of scientists led by noted neurobiologist Craig Montell discovered a new gene, which, when mutated, led to a cell fate determination defect in sensory organ precursor cells.
Wood Lab at Duke

The Wood Lab at Duke has a new website!

The Wood Lab leverages insights from cell biology, pharmacology, signaling, and genomics to design new, durable anticancer therapeutic strategies.
Reya Lab

The Reya Lab has a new website!

The Reya Lab is interested in understanding the mechanisms that regulate stem cell fate and self-renewal, and how these mechanisms are dysregulated in cancer.

The Pendergast Lab has a new website!

The Pendergast Lab researches cancer.
Bindra Lab, Yale

Bindra Laboratory has a new website!

The Bindra Laboratory searches for new ways to kill cancer cells.
wittrup lab

The Wittrup Lab has a new website!

The Wittrup lab researches design principles for effective cancer biopharmaceuticals.