Berger Lab

Berger Lab

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Our Research

Genome sequencing is revolutionizing both cancer care and biological science. At the Berger Lab, our goal is to leverage functional genomics approaches to understand cancer biology and translate this information into better outcomes for cancer patients. 


Cancer Cell 2017

A Next Generation Connectivity Map: L1000 Platform and the First 1,000,000 Profiles. Subramanian A et al.

Cancer Cell 2016

High-throughput phenotyping of lung cancer somatic mutations. Berger AH et al.

Nature Genetics 2016

Distinct patterns of somatic genome alterations in lung adenocarcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas. Campbell JD et al.

Lab News

March 2020

Alice appeared on LCFA’s Hope with Answers podcast to talk about lung cancer and the stigma associated with being diagnosed alongside patient, advocate, and co-founder of EGFR Resisters, Jill Feldman. Listen on LCFA’s website, or find the Hope with Answers podcast on all major podcast streaming platforms (Apple PodcastsGoogle PlaySpotify). Check it out!

September 2019

Alice Berger receives a Career Enhancement Program Award from the newly established Specialized Program of Research Excellence in Lung Cancer

Amanda Riley appointed to Cell and Molecular Biology Training Program at the University of Washington. Congratulations, Amanda!

Congratulations to Phoebe Parrish on receiving funding from the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program!

August 2019

We wish a fond farewell to Maria McSharry as she starts graduate school at the University of California, Berkeley. Best wishes Maria!