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Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine

Through innovative research projects, our scientists decode the molecular underpinnings of health and disease.

At NYU Langone Health’s Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, renowned faculty scientists pioneer methods of characterizing the molecular function of living organisms. Our studies result in breakthrough findings that enable us to solve pressing biomedical problems and advance healthcare.

Our facilities are fertile ground for multidisciplinary collaboration, paving the way for important discoveries in areas such as autoimmunity and origins of allergic diseases; models for host–pathogen interactions in inflammatory disease and models for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases; the molecular basis for antidepressant function; and neural differentiation, synapse formation, and neural networks.

Our accomplished research teams include trainees in our specialized educational programs, who perform hands-on research in modern faculty laboratories.

Contact Us

Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine is located at 540 First Avenue in Manhattan. We also have facilities in the West Tower of the Alexandria Center for Life Sciences at 430 East 29th Street.

For general inquiries, please contact Nancy Rodriguez, executive assistant, at nancy.rodriguez@nyulangone.org or 212-263-2989.

Hubbard and Cadwell Labs Publication

Microbial Byproducts and Reproductive Fitness

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Read more: Microbial Byproducts and Reproductive Fitness
Cadwell Lab Publication

Variable Susceptibility of Intestinal Organoid-Derived Monolayers to SARS-CoV-2 Infection

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Read more: Variable Susceptibility of Intestinal Organoid-Derived Monolayers to SARS-CoV-2 Infection
Treisman Lab Publication

Blimp-1 Transcription Factor Acts in Non-Neuronal Cells to Regulate Terminal Differentiation of the Drosophila Eye

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Read more: Blimp-1 Transcription Factor Acts in Non-Neuronal Cells to Regulate Terminal Differentiation of the Drosophila Eye
Cowin Lab Publication

Gpr125 Is a Unifying Hallmark of Multiple Mammary Progenitors Coupled to Tumor Latency

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Read more: Gpr125 Is a Unifying Hallmark of Multiple Mammary Progenitors Coupled to Tumor Latency

Faculty and Research Areas

Our faculty pioneer multidisciplinary research projects that further our knowledge of biomolecular processes.

Publications

Get to know our research by reading the latest papers published by our scientists.

Events

Our events include talks by prominent scientists, annual events for faculty, and presentations by trainees.

Training Programs

Our trainees conduct exciting research alongside accomplished faculty scientists.