Life at CRI

The Children’s Research Institute is home to over 100 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

Primary Faculty
HHMI Investigators
Extramural Funding
Senior Author Publications

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
Funding breakdown for CRI
Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA
Damon Runyon Foundation
American Cancer Society
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Helen Hay Whitney Foundation
American Heart Association
Human Frontier Science Program
American Lung Association
German National Academy of Sciences
European Molecular Biology Organization
Gruss Lipper Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
Dermatology Foundation

Our Global Community

Scientists and researchers come from all over the world to join CRI.

Why CRI?

Graduate students, postdocs and CRI staff share what it means to work at CRI.

Life at the Institute