Ping-Chih Ho, left
and Wan-Chen Cheng
AT EVERY STEP OF THE RESEARCH PROCESS FROM THE LAB TO THE CLINIC, WE ARE PURSUING INNOVATIVE WAYS TO PREVENT AND CONTROL CANCER.
Ludwig Oxford Researchers develop a less destructive and more efficient method for mapping chemical modifications to DNA that regulate gene expression and are aberrantly redistributed in cancer genomes.
Researchers at the Ludwig Center at Harvard apply single-cell genomics and machine learning to create a clinically relevant map of cell types in acute myeloid leukemia that could help improve treatment of the aggressive cancer.
Each year we pick a handful of discoveries made in the previous year by Ludwig-affiliated scientists and tell the story of how they came about by profiling the researchers who led each study. We hope you enjoy the stories in this year’s Research Highlights report.