Shelley Berger was elected as a 2021 fellow of the American Association for Cancer Research. Congratulations Shelley!
Paula Agudelo Garcia (postdoc in the Berger lab, grant co-mentored by E. John Wherry) is the recipient of an NRSA F32 Fellowship to study how metabolism regulates the epigenetic landscape in T cell exhaustion. Congratulations!
Gabor Egervari, a postdoc in the Berger lab, is the recipient of a K99/R00 transition award from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism to study how alcohol affects epigenetic-metabolic regulation in the brain. Congratulations!
Ken Zaret is featured in the newly posted episode “Pioneer Transcription Factors and Their Influence on Chromatin Structure”
Shelley Berger is featured in an episode from last year, “Epigenetic Mechanisms of Aging and Longevity”
You can find both podcasts here (Episodes 15 and 34): https://www.activemotif.com/podcasts
Congratulations to Balint Kacsoh, a postdoc in the Berger lab, on his admittance as an early career scientist to the Genetics Society of America leadership program! Read more here.
Listen to Shelley Berger talk about the epigenetic mechanisms of aging and longevity on this podcast recorded at the recent EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Metabolism Meets Epigenetics
Work from the Berger lab on the epigenetics of social behavior in ants was recently featured in Penn Medicine News, the Scientist, and Science News. Congratulations to everyone involved!
Gabor Egervari is the recipient of a Brody Family Medical Trust Fund Fellowship in Incurable Diseases and an Alzheimer’s Association Research Fellowship. Congratulations!
Charly Good is the recipient of an F32 NRSA postdoctoral grant from the National Cancer Institute. Congratulations!