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Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine

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

Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, NYU Langone Health’s prestigious basic research facility, is dedicated to advancing the field’s understanding of the molecular function of living organisms.

Our faculty scientists lead collaborative research projects that explore bold ideas. Their expertise spans many disciplines and focuses broadly on three research areas: genome integrity and interpretation, metabolic signaling, and cellular dynamics.

Our accomplished research teams include trainees in our multidisciplinary 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.

To comment on our website or suggest an event to add to our calendar, please email Julia Gelman, PhD, assistant director of training programs, at julia.gelman@nyulangone.org.

Littman Lab Publication

New Role for Histone Chaperone–Dependent Gene Silencing in T Lymphocytes

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Read more: New Role for Histone Chaperone–Dependent Gene Silencing in T Lymphocytes
Armache Lab Publication

Cyro–EM Structures Reveal the Mechanism of Trans–Histone Crosstalk

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Read more: Cyro–EM Structures Reveal the Mechanism of Trans–Histone Crosstalk
Belasco Lab Publication

Obstacles to Scanning by RNase E Govern Bacterial mRNA Lifetimes

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Read more: Obstacles to Scanning by RNase E Govern Bacterial mRNA Lifetimes
Burden Lab Publication

MACF1 Plays Important Role in Neuromuscular Synapses

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Read more: MACF1 Plays Important Role in Neuromuscular Synapses

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.