Congratulations to Lacey Luense who won the Best Trainee Talk at the Cornell Center for Reproductive Genomics Symposium!
Congratulations to Sierra McDonald for being awarded the NRSA F31 Pre-doctoral fellowship from the NIH and the Parker Scholar Award from the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy!
Congrats to Lacey Luense for winning Best Trainee Talk at the Cornell Center for Reproductive Genomics Symposium.
Mariel Mendoza (joint advised by Shelley Berger and Ben Garcia) has been awarded an NIH Diversity Supplement grant award from the National Cancer Institute.
Listen to Dr. Shelley Berger talk about the limitations of what our genes can determine.]
Congratulations to our Epigenetics Institute Leader, Shelley Berger, for being elected to the National Academy of Sciences!
Penn Study Shows that the “Epigenetic Landscape” is Protective in Normal Aging, Impaired in Alzheimer’s Disease
Graduate student Enrique Lin has been selected to attend the 68th Lindau Nobel Meeting among 600 young scientists across 68 countries.
PIK professors Michael Platt and Shelley Berger are embarking on a joint research project focused on how stress affects the brain and behavior.
They discussed their burgeoning collaboration with Knowledge@Warton.
Cell Stress Response Sheds Light on Treating Inflammation-related Cancer, Aging