Rita Sulahian, Communication fellow who wants to help your science get noticed

Communication fellow who wants to help your science get noticed

Rita Sulahian is a staff Scientist working in the Cancer Program at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Her research (under the direction of William Hahn) is part of the KRAS initiative, in which the main efforts are targeting the oncogene KRAS from novel angles. Prior to joining the Broad, she was a postdoctoral fellow at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute where she focused on epigenomics and transcriptional regulation in normal and malignant contexts. Rita holds a PhD in genetics and development from University of Texas Southwestern Medical center in Dallas. In her free time, she enjoys discovering new cuisines, hiking (one long term goal is to hike the grand canyon from the south rim to the north rim) and choir singing.