Chang Laboratory

Cancer Epigenetics and Tumor Stem Cell Biology

Our research focuses on understanding critical epigenetic mechanisms involved in the regulation of the cell plasticity and cell fate of breast cancer stem cells, and translating the promising basic research findings into innovative clinical applications, aiming to impact the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of breast cancer. 

The representative pictures of our current project. We focus on epigenetic mechanisms involved in the regulation of the cell plasticity and cell fate of breast cancer stem cells, and translating the promising basic research findings into innovative clinical applications, aiming to impact the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of breast cancer.

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