Genome sequencing is revolutionizing both cancer care and biological science. At the Berger Lab, our goal is to leverage functional genomics approaches to understand cancer biology and translate this information into better outcomes for cancer patients.
Multiomic characterization of oncogenic signaling mediated by wild-type and mutant RIT1. Lo A & Holmes K et al.
Discovery of synthetic lethal and tumor suppressor paralog pairs in the human genome. Parrish PCR & Thomas JD et al.
Integrative oncogene-dependency mapping identifies RIT1 vulnerabilities and synergies in lung cancer. Vichas A & Riley AK et al.
Congratulations Alice on her fantastic seminar and promotion to Associate Professor!
April's paper is published in Science Signaling. Congratulations, April!
Congratulations to the Berger and Nabet labs for recieving a collaborative Human Biology Pilot Project Award!
The lab celebrates its first publication in Nature Communications! This work was lead by Dr. Athea Vichas and Amanda Riley, great work everyone!
The lab celebrates its second publication in Cell Reports! This project was lead by Phoebe Parrish, congratulations everyone!