Khurana lab thrilled to welcome Baby #1 – congratulations to Isabel and Bryan on the arrival of Baby Evan!!!!
Our collaborators at the Garvan Institute and other Australian institutions secure an A$30 million grant from the Australian government to design smarter clinical trials. We will be involved in the stem-cell and computational genomics platforms for the trial!
Khurana lab and collaborators win $500K Brigham Research Institute (BRI) Director’s Transformative Award for our project, “A Multidisciplinary Program at Brigham to Stratify and Precisely Target Neurodegenerative Disease.” The project focuses on using genetic and stem-cell technologies to better stratify patients with Parkinson’s disease and related disorders for therapies. The project is a collaboration between investigators in the Brigham’s Department of Neurology, Division of Genetics and Department of Pathology. Our collaborators include Tim Bartels, PhD, and Ulf Dettmer, PhD, both of Neurology; Mel Feany, MD, PhD, of Pathology; and Shamil Sunyaev, PhD, and Stephen J. Elledge, PhD, both of Genetics.
Thrilled to be named Robertson Stem Cell Investigator of the New York Stem Cell Foundation. Full credit to the @khurana_lab team at @BrighamWomens. I hope with your help we can help move the needle for patients with Parkinsons, MSA and Ataxia!