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The new medicine of DNA repair pathways: damage repair vulnerabilities in cancer
Type of event: Symposia
Find out more about the key questions driving our research.
Journal Article: Cancer CellYear Published: (2019) Volume Number: 35, Article Number: 441-456.e8
Journal Article: NatureYear Published: (2019) Volume Number: 567, Article Number: 479-485
Journal Article: Scientific ReportsYear Published: (2011) Volume Number: 1, Article Number: 50
Journal Article: British Journal of CancerYear Published: (2017) Volume Number: 116, Article Number: 277-286
Journal Article: Nucleic Acids ResearchYear Published: (2014) Volume Number: 42, Article Number: 3833-3845
Young filmmakers spent a whole day with Group Leader Nate Goehring and members of his laboratory, engaging in lively discussions and activities as they explored asymmetry and cell division.
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This is a summer student project supervised by Merima Mehic in Caroline Hill's lab.
Role: Postdoc | Theoretical Physics of Biology Laboratory