Prostate Cancer Research

The Barbieri Lab

The Barbieri lab investigates the molecular underpinnings of prostate cancer and other urologic disease.

Prostate Cancer Research

Cancer Research

Our long-term goal is the definition of distinct molecular classes of prostate cancer


Latest News from The Lab

Check out our latest blog posts, articles and insights

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Dr. Barbieri to speak at The Hamon Center For Therapeutic Oncology Research and Simmons Cancer Center Experimental Therapeutics Program
New paper published to JCI insight: Collision tumors revealed by prospectively assessing subtype-defining molecular alterations in 904 individual prostate cancer foci

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Senior and mid-career surgeons lend their expertise to @theNCI ESSP and @AmCollSurgeons NSSP awardees on critical topics to advance their careers as surgeon-scientists @HardimanKarin @DrEmamaullee @Dan_Theodorescu @JenniferGrandis @HaydenGephartMD @rebecca_sippel @Chris_Barbieri1

Treating prostate cancer often includes life-changing side effects. #NYP’s @TimMcClureMD’s new approach targets cancerous areas and protects healthy tissues with focal ultrasound. Learn more about this treatment:

Prostate cancer occurs more frequently at the peripheral zone (PZ) than in transition zone (TZ) prostate, but the underlying mechanism is unclear. Study by Dr. Deyong Jia in my lab at @NatureComms provides one explanation for this clinical observation.

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