Berger Lab Posts

December 6, 2019

Listen to Shelley Berger talk about the epigenetic mechanisms of aging and longevity on this podcast recorded at the recent EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Metabolism Meets Epigenetics

November 14, 2019

Work from the Berger lab on the epigenetics of social behavior in ants was recently featured in Penn Medicine News, the Scientist, and Science News. Congratulations to everyone involved!

October 24, 2019

A new study published in Nature from the Berger lab explores how acetate, a byproduct of alcohol breakdown, changes the epigenetic environment of the brain. Read more here. Elizabeth Heller…

Gabor Egervari is the recipient of a Brody Family Medical Trust Fund Fellowship in Incurable Diseases and an Alzheimer’s Association Research Fellowship. Congratulations!

Charly Good is the recipient of an F32 NRSA postdoctoral grant from the National Cancer Institute. Congratulations!

Congratulations to Lacey Luense who won the Best Trainee Talk at the Cornell Center for Reproductive Genomics Symposium!

Congratulations to Sierra McDonald for being awarded the NRSA F31 Pre-doctoral fellowship from the NIH and the Parker Scholar Award from the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy!

Congrats to Lacey Luense for winning Best Trainee Talk at the Cornell Center for Reproductive Genomics Symposium.

Mariel Mendoza (joint advised by Shelley Berger and Ben Garcia) has been awarded an NIH Diversity Supplement grant award from the National Cancer Institute.

July 16, 2018

Listen to Dr. Shelley Berger talk about the limitations of what our genes can determine.] Listen here.