News

  • February, 2015: Natasha Fisher joined the lab as Research technician.

  • February, 2015: Elizabeth Ghias joined the lab as graduate student.

  • October, 2014: Dr. Adli was granted V Scholar award from V Cancer Research Foundation.

  • May, 2014: the very first manuscript from the Adlilab by Kuscu & Arslan et al., has been accepted to Nature Biotechnology.
        Kudos to all the contributors!

  • April, 2014: Stephen Shang joined the lab as graduate student.

  • September, 2013: Dr. Mahmut Parlak joined the lab as postdoctoral research scientist.

  • March, 2013: Prof. Sevki Arslan joined the lab as visiting scholar from Denizli University, Denizli/Turkey.

  • January 10th, 2013: Dr. Cem Kuscu joined the lab as postdoctoral research scientist

  • November 1st, 2012: The grand opening day for the Adli Lab !!! We had our very first lab meeting!!!

  • November, 2012: Ritambhara Singh joined the lab as graduate student from the Department of Computer Science!

  • November, 2012: Royden Clark joined the lab as computational biologist and IT specialist!

  • October 2012: Vy Ton joined the lab as an undergraduate student from the Department of Biology!

  • October, 2012:Jeremy Thorpe joined the lab as research technician!

    Cancer Cell Cover image

  • ASXL1 story is on the cover of Cancer Cell (Aug, 2012)
    Our article describing the role of ASXL1 mutations in myeloid malignancies and leukemia has been published and highlighted on the cover of Cancer Cell.


  • BioTechniques.com (10/12/2011):"Future Methods for Epigenetic Studies" (personal interview)
    BioTechniques.com spoke with leaders in the field including Prof. Mazhar Adli about the current bottlenecks and developing technologies in epigenetics and epigenomics.

  • Genomeweb.com (10/11/2011):"Broad Team Tailors ChIP-seq Method for Low Cell Numbers, Limited DNA Volumes"
    Our Nature Protocols paper (Adli&Bernstein, Nature Protocols, 2011) was covered by Genomeweb.com and they spoke with Prof. Mazhar Adli about the development and potential applications of the Nano-ChIP-Seq technology.

  • Nature Methods (7, 597-600, 2010): News and Views:"Going small is the new big".
    Our Nature Methods paper (Adli et al., Nature Methods, 2010) was highlighted in the News and Views sections of Nature Methods.