Faculty and Trainers

Associate Professor, Pediatrics-Hematology/Oncology
jlabelle@peds.bsd.uchicago.edu
The major goal of the laboratory is to dissect and pharmacologically target intracellular proteins to induce cancer cell death and manipulate the immune response. We...
Professor, Medicine-Hematology/Oncology
mlebeau@medicine.bsd.uchicago.edu
Dr. Le Beau’s research focuses on the molecular analysis of the recurring chromosomal abnormalities in human leukemias and lymphomas, correlating specific abnormalities...
Professor, BSD Academic Admin
elengyel@babies.bsd.uchicago.edu
I trained both as a scientist and as a physician and, throughout my career, I have focused on the treatment and biology of ovarian cancer (OvCa). My Ph.D. thesis was on...
Professor, Ben May Department
anninglin@bsd.uchicago.edu
Signaling mechanism in inflammation, cancer and neuronal degenerative disease My laboratory has a long-standing interest in understanding how the intracellular...
Professor, Pathology
mark.lingen@uchospitals.edu
My research has focused on several basic and translational aspects of cancer biology. From a basic science perspective, my lab cloned NOL7, a novel gene that induces an...
Associate Professor, Ben May Department
kmacleod@uchicago.edu
The deadliest aspect of the majority of human cancers is metastasis, the multi-step process by which cancer cells escape the confines of the primary site (such as...
Associate Professor, Pathology
megan.mcnerney@uchospitals.edu
The McNerney lab studies the genomic changes in blood cancers with the goal of identifying therapeutic vulnerabilities. We focus on myeloid malignancies which are...
Assistant Professor, Chemistry
rmoellering@uchicago.edu
Assistant Professor, Ben May Department
amuir@uchicago.edu
Our group is interested in understanding the metabolic adaptations that allow cancer cells to grow and proliferate, causing tumor growth. To understand how cancer cell...
Professor, Pathology
soakes@uchicago.edu
Scott Oakes’s laboratory studies how mammalian cells commit “suicide” in response to various forms of damage and what goes wrong with this process in cancer and other...