We develop statistical methods to improve our understanding of tumor cell-to-cell variability and its relationship to cancer progression.
Browse Cancer Center Research Labs
Research in the Bar-Peled laboratory sits at the interface of cellular metabolism and signal transduction and focuses on understanding how cancer cells respond to altered metabolic states.
The Bardeesy Lab research topics include pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma.
The Benes laboratory, known as The Center for Molecular Therapeutics, is engaged in the design and application of personalized therapies for cancer. Research topics include: the response to cancer therapeutics, the molecular basis of sensitivity to specific drugs and how to identify the genetic variations affecting the response to targeted therapies.
A major focus of the Bernstein Lab is to understand how epigenetic lesions conspire with genetic events to drive tumorigenesis and drug resistance.
The lab is designed to provide a collaborative resource that can provide expertise and services on tissue acquisition, preparation, specialized histological stains, and high-end digital microscopy quantitative analysis.
The Division of Biostatistics & Biomathematics supports research-oriented databases and data management needs for Radiation Oncology.
The Brastianos laboratory studies genomic drivers of human brain tumors.
Working at the cellular and molecular levels, our studies cover a range of topics, including mechanisms of cell death, DNA damage induction and repair processes, bystander effects, and cancer genetics.
The mission of the Mass General Cellular Immunotherapy Program is to invent, develop, administer, and understand engineered immune effector cells.