What we do
We apply mass spectrometry and biochemical approaches to understand how metabolites regulate cellular function in
pre-clinical models of health and disease.
Our goal is to leverage these newfound mechanisms to develop new therapies for metabolic, inflammatory, and metastatic diseases.
February 2020 - Our Oximouse paper is out in Cell with a Perspective in Cell Metabolism. The online resource accompanying the paper can be found here. Congrats all!
October 2019 - Narek was awarded a T32 post-doctoral fellowship. Congratulations Narek!
August 2019 - Narek and Martha join the lab, just in time for cysteine proteomics bootcamp.
June 2019 - Haopeng was awarded a post-doctoral fellowship from the National Cancer Center. Congratulations Haopeng!
May 2019 - Mei Ying Ng joins us as a PhD student from NUS, welcome!
February 2019 - Eddie Nesmith joins us from the MCB program at Harvard, welcome!
January 2019 - Our review on metabolic adaptation and maladaptation in adipose tissue is out in Nature Metabolism.
November 2018 - Our review on mechanisms of adipose tissue thermogenesis is out in Cell Metabolism!
July 2018 - Our paper on the role of succinate in adipose tissue thermogenesis is out in Nature with a News & Views by Joshua Rabinowitz!
June 2018 - Haopeng joins us from GA Tech to develop new MS methods.
April 2018 - Our collaboration on itaconate was just published in Nature!
March 2018 - Sally was awarded a Novo Nordisk postdoctoral fellowship. Congratulations Sally!
March 2018 - Anita joined the lab as our first BBS PhD student, welcome!
January 2018 - Ed is giving a talk at the Keystone meeting on bioenergetics and metabolic disease
November 2017 - Weihai joined that lab as our first PhD student, welcome!