Trainees in the Schreiber lab aim to establish systematic ways to explore biology using small molecules and, subsequently, have helped to develop the emerging area of chemical biology, especially through their work in diversity-oriented synthesis (DOS) and small-molecule screening.
The projects and initiatives below illustrate the wide range of research activities and collaborations in which the Schreiber lab participates.
This page is constantly being updated. Please visit often to learn about current research and current science activities.
Broad Institute Chemical Biology
The Broad Institute's Chemical Biology community, which includes the Schreiber lab, aims to empower creative scientists to accelerate the understanding and treatment of disease with unique libraries of diverse small molecules utilized in powerful new biological assays and make the data accessible to the global community.
To learn more about the Broad Institute's scientific activities, visit here.