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Payel Sen, a postdoctoral fellow from our lab, is the winner of the 2019 Holtzer Prize for her work “Histone Acetyltransferase p300 Induces De Novo Super-Enhancers to Drive Cellular Senescence” published in Molecular Cell. The Holtzer prize, honoring Emeritus Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology Howard Holtzer, recognizes outstanding research at the postdoctoral level. Congrats!

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Congrats to Gabor Egervari on receiving a Brody Family Medical Trust Fund to study brain changes from excessive alcohol consumption.

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Check our new collaboration with E. John Wherry at Penn Epigenetics Institute on t-cell exhaustion and the role TOX plays in it

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Our PI and mentor Dr. Shelley L Berger had the great opportunity to share a little about her career pathway, including challenges and rewards throughout over 20 years!

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Congratulations to our postdoc, Gabor Egervari, on being selected as a 2019 Brody Fellow for his work on alcohol-related chromatin changes in the brain!

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Congrats to Charly Good on receiving an F32 NRSA postdoctoral grant from the NCI!

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Charly Good represents our lab at the CAR-T and the rise of CELLICON Valley symposium

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Researchers from our lab and in collaboration with researchers at Universität Bonn, found more than 100 new genes that could lead to the development of cleft lip and palate

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Congratulations to Lacey Luense on winning the Best Trainee Talk at the Cornell Center for Reproductive Genomics Symposium.

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Congratulations to our graduate student, Sierra McDonald, on receiving two grants: Pre-doctoral fellowship from the NIH and the Parker Scholar Award from the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy!

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Check out a news release in German from our collaborators at Universität Bonn about our most recent paper in Science Advances looking at p63’s role in epithelial enhancer establishment at craniofacial genes

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Check out our newest research article in Science Advances by Enrique Lin Shiao, looking at the role of p63 in enhancer establishment and it’s molecular roles in cleft lip

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Congrats Shelley Berger, newly inducted NAS member!

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Congratulations to Dr. Enrique Lin-Shiao who defended and passed his thesis yesterday!

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

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