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Broad Institute, Harvard

Boston, USA

The Broad Institute and Cancer Program is a non-profit research institute whose main focuses include cancer, medical and population genetics, genome biology, psychiatric disease, chemical biology, and computational biology and bioinformatics among others. The Broad’s Cancer Program brings together a scientific community focused on understanding the basic molecular mechanisms of cancer and applying this knowledge to transform the practice of cancer medicine.

Prof. Todd Golub

Prof. Todd Golub

Partner leader

Todd Golub, MD, PhD, is a founding member of the Broad Institute, director of its Cancer Program, Charles A. Dana Investigator in Human Cancer Genetics at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, an investigator at Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. Prof. Golub is a worldwide pioneer in array-based gene expression studies and their application for cancer classification and prognosis prediction.

Staff member

  • Yujin Hoshida, MD, PhD
  • Jinyan Du, PhD


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