Dave Lab

Sandeep S. Dave, MD, Primary Investigator

Education

Fellow in Hematology-Oncology, Medicine, National Institutes of Health, 2001 - 2007
Medical Resident, Medicine, Northwestern University, 1999 - 2001
M.D., Northwestern University, 1999

Sandeep Dave’s lab focuses on the genomic characterization of hematologic malignancies through a combination of genomics, in vitro and in vivo modeling. Visit the lab website.

Lab Members

Sandeep Dave, MD
Professor of Medicine
Member of the Duke Cancer Institute

Christine Goss
Clinical Research Specialist, Sr
Carolyn Baloh, MD
House Staff
Cassandra Love
Lab Manager, Lab Research Analyst II
Eileen Smith
Research Tech I
Nicholas Davis
Research Scholar
Guojie Li
Research Scientist
Jennifer Shingleton
Postdoctoral Associate
Xiang Li
Postdoctoral Associate
Naina Singhi
Research Analyst II
Anupama Reddy
Bioinformatician II
Qiu Qin
Bioinformatician II
Tushar Dave
Bioinformatician II
Brooke Palus
Graduate Student
Rachel Kositsky
Graduate Student
Lanie Happ
Graduate Student
Razvan Panea
Graduate Student
Othmane Jadi
Undergraduate Student

Current Studies

Sandeep Dave’s lab focuses on the genomic characterization of hematologic malignancies through a combination of genomics, in vitro and in vivo modeling. They use the “measure, model and perturb” model to define the molecular basis of different blood cancers and to generate new models based on human patients.

His group also collaborates extensively to lend their genomics expertise in a number of different cancers including solid tumors.