Garrett M. Brodeur Laboratory

Ongoing Research

CHD5, a gene located on the distal portion of the short arm of chromosome 1, may function as a tumor suppressor gene and contribute to the development of malignant neuroblastoma when deleted.

Researchers at the Center for Childhood Cancer Research are working to generate a series of position papers intended to detail the recommended best practices for pediatric cancer surveillance.

Inhibition of the TRK tyrosine kinase family has shown enduring response in clinical trials and efforts are underway to assess newer TRK inhibitors.