Our laboratory aims to understand how cellular signals are wired to control growth and metabolism. We focus on the cell signaling pathways that respond to nutrients and growth signals. We investigate how stress conditions antagonize these pathways leading to pathological conditions. Our studies have direct implications for understanding and developing therapy for cancer, diabetes, immune-related diseases and aging. We combine mammalian cells and mouse models for our studies.
Dec. 1, 2022: Paper published: Werlen et al, Nature Comm. 2022
Nov. 29, 2022: Job opening in our lab for a Post-Doc to work on immunometabolism! Please contact
Nov. 2022: Welcome our new undergrad student, Sadia Ibrahim!
Aug. 2022: Paper published! Li et al, JBC 2022