The Toska Lab at Johns Hopkins University is always exploring through research and innovation in epigenetics and novel cancer therapies. Find more information about our center areas, ongoing research, software, data, protocols and methods and other recent news.
Bujamin Vokshi, PhD joined the Toska lab as a postdoc from Institute of Genetics and Molecular Cellular Biology (IGBMC) from Strasbourg, France. Welcome Bujamin!
Toska Lab celebrates the recent awarded grants of the lab.
Eneda gave an interview on Albanian National TV (TVSH) to talk about her research program and raise awareness on breast cancer early detection.
New faculty member Eneda Toska, Ph.D., M.S., is working with the Women’s Malignancies Program and Cancer Invasion and Metastasis Program to better understand how breast cancers resist endocrine (hormone directed) and other targeted therapies. Her research laboratory...
Ryan presents her data on SMYD2 regulating the chromatin modifier KMT2D in breast cancer at AACR conference 2022 in New Orleans
Christopher Simpkins joins the Toska Lab to pursue his PhD (May 2022)
Toska lab gets selected as Partner of Choice for a grant with Astrazeneca Pharmaceuticals
Our paper on PI3K-mediated splicing in breast cancer is published in Cancer Research (March, 2022). Congrats to Ryan, Srushti, Adler, and Yuhan from the Toska Lab. See the publication here:...
Eneda gets awarded an R21 grant from NCI on the role of SWI/SNF complex in endocrine therapy resistance.
The Toska Lab welcomes 2 new PREP Scholars: Tatiana M. Prioleau, is one of 2 Post-Baccalaureate Research Fellows and PREP Scholars. She previously received her BS, (2021) in Biology form the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA. She also worked at the...
Eneda gets awarded the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Next Gen Star 2021. Read more...
Srushti Kittane accepts Hopkins BMB Department Offer. We are all excited for Srushti to do her PhD at Hopkins.
Innovation in Cancer Informatics awards Eneda Toska, PhD (Hopkins) and Christina Leslie, PhD (MSKCC) a grant entitled “Discovery and validation of splicing and gene expression programs in cancer”
The Toska lab opens doors on January, 2021 at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center