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The Parker Lab @ Scripps Research

Broadly speaking, the Parker Lab seeks to develop chemistry-enabled strategies to investigate human biology and disease pathology. Our research integrates chemical synthesis with mass spectrometry and cell/molecular biology to (1) help illuminate molecular mechanisms that contribute to diseases, such as cancer, and (2) to study how small molecules might regulate, or be designed to regulate, complex biological processes, such as immune responses and metabolism. Our primary objectives are not only to better understand protein function and corresponding disease roles, but also to create chemical tools and technologies that might facilitate the development of new therapeutic solutions. 

Check out our Research and Publications sections for more information.

We are always on the lookout for talented new postdocs, students, research associates and interns, so please checkout our Join Us page for more info!

 

LAB NEWS

01/2018 We continue to grow - a big welcome to our new postdoc, Wesley, from Texas A&M and FAU intern, Juanita!

11/2018 A big welcome to our newest member, Leo!

10/2018 The lab is growing, welcome Appaso and Rick!

08/19/2018   Chris will be giving a talk at the ACS National Meeting in Boston, stop by!

08/2018   Renovations are in progress but the Parker Lab is open for business @ Scripps Research!

07/2018 Follow us on Twitter!