Life at CRI

The Children’s Research Institute is home to over 150 researchers from all over the world working to answer fundamental scientific questions. Researchers at the CRI receive outstanding training, support and scientific guidance. 

Quick Facts Since Our Founding

Founded
in
2011
Primary Faculty
11
HHMI Investigators
2
Extramural Funding
$189M
Senior Author Publications
123
NIH R01
Grants
23

CRI Statistics

Publications in High-Impact Journals*

*With an impact factor of 20 or above.

Recent Publications
Morrison Lab: Ascorbate regulates haematopoietic stem cell function and leukaemogenesis. Nature

 

DeBerardinis Lab: Lactate Metabolism in Human Lung Tumors. Cell

 

Zhu Lab: Somatic Mutations Increase Hepatic Clonal Fitness and Regeneration in Chronic Liver Disease. Cell

 

Xu Lab: In situ capture of chromatin interactions by biotinylated dCas9. Cell 

 

Mishra Lab: α-ketobutyrate links alterations in cystine metabolism to glucose oxidation in mtDNA mutant cells. Metab Eng
Extramural Funding
CRI Postdoctoral Fellowship Sponsors
AACR
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
American Lung Association
Burrows Wellcome Fund
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
CPRIT
Damon Runyon Foundation
Dermatology Foundation
European Molecular Biology Organization
German National Academy of Sciences
Gruss Lipper Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
Helen Hay Whitney Foundation
Human Frontier Science Program
Kidney Cancer Association
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
National Science Foundation
NIH

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Life at the Institute: Le Qi

December 8, 2020 By | No Comments
Le Qi is a graduate student in the Morrison lab and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute International Predoctoral Student Research Fellow. At CRI, he is studying the metabolism of blood-forming...
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