The Golub Lab is based at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Our research group uses functional genomics and chemical biology to discover novel biological and therapeutic insights in cancer.
We are passionate about bringing together a multi-disciplinary scientific community focused on understanding the basic molecular mechanisms of cancer and applying this knowledge to impact the future of cancer medicine.
The work in our lab includes systematic and comprehensive elucidation of cancers in terms of their molecular profiles, and functional responses to perturbation, and the development of novel approaches to therapeutic discovery. Scientists in the lab share ideas and launch collaborative projects to tackle key challenges by partnering with scientists across the Broad Institute and beyond.