While many cells in our body are not actively dividing, we have a poor understanding of the biologically and medically important cellular state of quiescence. Our laboratory’s mission is to apply modern approaches drawn from molecular and cellular biology, genomics, computer science and systems biology, chemistry and medicine to gain an insight into the molecular basis of quiescence, and thereby cell cycle control and cancer.
- Welcome to our new lab member, Tasha Shafiq.
- Congratulations Peng on your postdoctoral fellowship position with Professor Shirley Liu at Harvard School of Public Health!
- Congratulations Doctor Suh for successfully defending your PhD thesis!
- Congratulations Liz and Jamol!!!
- Congratulations Ellen on your Gallo Award and your selection for an oral presentation at the New Jersey Retreat on Cancer Research!
- Congratulations Peng on the acceptance of your paper in PLoS Computational Biology!
- Our review on DNA replication is available online here:
- Congratulations Avi Flamholz and Mina Kojima on receiving an NSF graduate research fellowship!
- Congratulations Erin on matching at University of Pennsylvania in internal medicine!
- Mark's summer research project on games-based education in Ghana.
- Congratulations Adam on being selected to give an oral presentation at the National Mass Spectrometry Meeting.
- Congratulations Mark on your acceptance in the NIH Oxford Cambridge Scholars Program!
- Congratulations Adam on the acceptance of your paper on the kinetics of histone acetylation in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.
- Congratulations on our new publication on microRNAs and quiescence in Genome Biology: http://genomebiology.com/2012/13/12/R121/abstract