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Faden Lab receives funding to conduct immunogenomic studies in collaboration with Bristol Myers Squibb clinical trial

September 27, 2020

The Faden lab, in collaboration with Moshe Sade-Feldman, PhD and Shannon Stott, PhD will investigate the impact of the addition of Motolimod, a TLR8 agonist, to anti-PD-L1 therapy. To do so, the team, with funding from Bristol Myers Squibb, will utilize samples collection from a study entitled: ...

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Mao Lin joins Faden Lab

June 10, 2020
Maoxuan (Mao) is a computational biologist and a former radiologist. He earned his medical degree from China Medical University, Shenyang, China. He switched his career from radiology to bioinformatics impressed by the great translational capability of bioinformatics and its significant benefits for human health. He received his Master and Doctorate degrees in Bioinformatics and Genomics from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and had worked at the University of Michigan on human cardiovascular genomics and at the Forsyth Institute on the human oral microbiome. His Post-doctoral... Read more about Mao Lin joins Faden Lab

Connor O'boyle Joins the Faden Lab

June 1, 2020
Connor is a medical student at Tufts University School of Medicine who is spending a year in the Faden Lab studying head and neck cancer genomics. He grew up in Seattle, WA and attended Claremont McKenna College where he received a B.A. in Biology. He has also earned a Masters in Biomedical Sciences from Tufts. He is part of a Pet Therapy team with his golden retriever, Dublin. He hopes to pursue a career in Otolaryngology... Read more about Connor O'boyle Joins the Faden Lab

Welcome Kim Chang Sing Pang

February 1, 2020
Welcome to Kim Chang Sing Pang, who will be joining the Faden lab from her hometown of Amsterdam, Netherlands. Kim will be studying Viral Oncogenic Programs in Sinonasal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Faden Lab recieves NASBS grant

August 1, 2019
The Faden lab was award a grant from the North American Skull Base Society to study oncogenic program in Sinonasal SCC. The project involves collaborators at MGH, The Broad Institute, NCI/NIH and University of Pittsburgh, and seeks to better elucidate the genomic underpinnings of Sinonasal SCC.