Thomas-Tikhonenko Laboratory

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The Thomas-Tikhonenko Lab has a long-standing interest in the pathobiology of solid and hematopoietic malignancies, in particular lymphomas and leukemias and other cancers driven by MYC overexpression. Within that research space, studies in the lab focus mainly (but not exclusively) on RNA-based regulatory mechanisms, such as microRNAs and alternative mRNA splicing.

The Thomas-Tikhonenko lab is an integral part of the Center for Childhood Cancer Research, presenting opportunities to foster new collaborations with key physician-scientists and pursue several translational projects.

Leader

Andrei Thomas-Tikhonenko, PhD

Chief, Division of Cancer Pathobiology
Dr. Thomas-Tikhonenko has a long-standing interest in the pathobiology of solid and hematopoietic malignancies, in particular lymphomas and leukemias and other cancers driven by MYC overexpression. Within that research space, his studies focus mainly (but not exclusively) on RNA-based regulatory mechanisms, such as microRNAs and alternative mRNA splicing.