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Our graduate student, Enrique Lin Shiao, is defending his thesis next week! Don’t miss it!

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Today we are teaching Philly high school girls about proteins and epigenetics

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Check out this exciting nature conference on Epigenetics and Genome Editing in Chicago this June, featuring Dr. Shelley Berger as one of the speakers!

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Shelly Berger overlays ant caste system on Waddington’s epigenetic landscape. 🐜 with HDAC inhibitor injected into brain skewS ant defender behavior into foraging behavior

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Congrats to our postdoc, Charly, on receiving an F32 grant from the NCI!

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Congrats to our graduate student, Sierra, on receiving an F31 NRSA Fellowship from the NCI!

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Congrats to our postdoc, Gabor Egervari, on two recent fellowships – Alzheimer’s Association Research Fellowship and the Brody Family Medical Trust Fellowship!

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Newest work out of our lab showing the role of p300 in senescence

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2019 Parker Scholar, Sierra McDonald, wants to improve CAR-T therapy. She’s one of PICI’s rising stars working to solve cancer

See her video here.

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PHL Business Journal profiled rising company, EpiVario, last week, originating from research in our lab hoping to treat post-traumatic stress disorder. Check it out!

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Congratulations to Shelley Berger for being appointed Co-Leader of the Tumor Biology Program at the Abramson Cancer Center! 👏🎉

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Congratulations to Enrique Lin Shiao on winning the poster presentation award at today’s symposium!

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Check out our graduate student, Sierra McDonald, honored by the Parker Institute as a Parker Scholar 2019!

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Our postdoc, Karl Glastad, was interviewed about his work using cut&run to study the ant epigenome! Check it out! 🐜

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A very hearty welcome to our newest faculty member, Dr. Erica Korb! Dr. Korb is interested in epigenetic regulation in the brain, with a specific focus on chromatin.

Learn more about her research here.

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