(Ph.D. Harvard University, USA, 2012)
Emily is studying lncRNAs in acute myeloid leukemia
Ph.D. University of Paris VII Denis Diderot, France, 2008
Camille is studying the mechanisms of Notch activity regulation in hematopoiesis and leukemia.
Lab Manager/Senior Research Technician
(B.A. 2012 Hunter College),
Kamala is organizing our animal colonies and performs screens to identify novel leukemia tumor suppressors
(Ph.D., University of Minnesota, USA, 2009)
Shannon is probing the functions of members of the ubiquitin system in
stem cell differentiation.
(PhD. New York University, USA, 2014)
Bryan is studying the function of the ubiquitin ligase: deubiquitinase cross-talk in cancer.
(Ph.D. University of Athens, 2009)
Panagiotis is working on the role of chromatin in the induction and maintenance of acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
(PhD. New York University, USA, 2015)
Alex is studying the mechanisms of transcriptional regulation in stem cells.
(PhD from Ultrech University)
Jasper is identifying potential drug targets in acute lymphoblastic leukaemia by functional genomics
M. Sc. Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris
Delphine is studying the regulation of hematopoietic stem cell difrerentiation
Graduate Student, NYU
(B.Sc. University of Vermont, USA, 2006)
Thomas is working on Notch signaling and T cell leukemia.
B.Sc. University of Crete, Greece, 2012
Sophia is studying chromosomal dynamics in acute leukemia
Steven Shen M.D., Ph.D.
Department of Biochemistry
Dr. Shen will be affiliated with the Aifantis Lab and serve as a Bioinformatics Advisor, With focus on the development of next-generation sequencing-related technology.
Executive Assistant to the Chair/Faculty Credentialing CoordinatorMichelle.Wicinski@nyumc.org
(Ph.D. University of Bourgonne, France, 2006)
Severine worked on Notch signaling and its role in T cell leukemia.
(PhD University of Chicago, USA, 2009)
Katie worked on Cell cycle regulation in hematopoiesis:
The role of the D-type cyclins
(M.Sc. The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming, China, 2004)
Suqing worked on pathways controlling hematopoietic stem cell differentiation.
M.D. Fellow, Hematology/Oncology
M.D. SUNY Upstate Medical School at Syracuse NY
Mike studied the interaction of the Notch and NF-kB pathways In T cell eukemia
Research Assistant Professor
(Ph.D. University of Bologna, Italy, 2002)
Silvia is working on Molecular Mechanisms of T cell leukemia induction and establishment
Northwestern University School of Medicine
(B.A. Knox College, USA, 2003)
Pritzer Medical School, University of Chicago
(B.A. Knox College, USA, 2003)
B. Sc. University of Illinois 2003
Currently: University of Chicago,
Pritzker School of Medicine
Abdeljabar El Andaloussi
Currently: Assistant Professor
Sherbrooke University, Montreal, Canada
Currently: Post-doctoral Fellow
Department of Medicine,
University of Chicago, USA
(Ph.D. Georgetown University, USA, 2003)
Kelly is working on Cell cycle regulation and its role in hematopoiesis.
(Ph.D., Institute of Molecular Pathology, Austria, 2009)
Jelena is studying the molecular mechanisms of leukemia metastasis and tissue infiltration.
Graduate Student NYU-SoM
Linsey is studied the function of the
Fbw7 ligase in hematopoiesis and leukemia.
B.S. Arizona State University, 2005
Lab Manager, B.Sc.
(New York University, 2009)
(Research Technician, B.A. Haverford College 2010)
Jackie studies the molecular basis of T cell leukemia.
Rocio Acuna Hidalgo
(Graduate Student, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
Rocio is studying the function of TET proteins in leukemogenesis.
(B.A. 2011, Biology Yeshiva University)
M.Sc. Research Technician
(M.Sc. University College London, London, UK, 2010)
Eva is studying the role of Fbw7 in stem cell function.
(Ph.D. Columbia University, USA, 2007)
Jie is working on Hedgehog signaling in hematopoiesis.
Medical Student, NYU
(M.Sc. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2011)
Victor is studying epigenetic regulation in myeloid leukemia.