The Kreeger lab develops in vitro systems to study biological questions in a controlled environment, using high-throughput, quantitative experimental methods to gather information about cellular responses and signaling networks to changes, and employing computational models to interpret the data. While this approach is amenable to a variety of disease settings, our major focus areas are high-grade serous ovarian cancer and chronic wound healing. We are particularly interested in elements of the surrounding microenvironment including the extracellular matrix (ECM).

Lab Mission Statement
The Kreeger lab strives to do the best quality science possible, support each lab member as they work towards their educational and career goals, and maintain a collegial and intellectually-stimulating environment. We are committed to fostering an environment of inclusive excellence and advocating for marginalized voices.