The work of the laboratory focuses on different aspects of epigenetic control of transcription in development and diseases using both cell culture and in vivo approaches.
Students must be highly motivated to work on projects centred on the role of chromatin modifying activities in the regulation of transcription and stem cell functions using molecular and cellular biology approaches coupled to mouse genetics and nextgeneration sequencing
Epigenetic control of transcription in development and disease. Projects require skills in molecular biology, cell biology and biochemistry
Recruited fellow will team up with engineers and clinicians and will contribute to the development of novel microfluidic assays to test relevant neutrophil functions in patients.