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The Arnoult lab focuses on genome stability, DNA repair and telomere biology. We study the different types of pathways that cells use to repair DNA double strand breaks, and how telomeres escape these repair mechanisms. We are particularly interested in the mechanisms that control repair pathway selection during the different phases of the cell cycle.

 

We're looking for a postdoc to work on the regulation of DSB repair pathway choice by CYREN. If you are interested, email Nausica with your CV, statement and references.

NEWS

October 2019: Our first postdoc, Hubert Fleury, is joining the lab. We're very excited and got 12 inches of snow to welcome him. We hope he appreciated!

August 2019: Nausica has been awarded the Glenn Foundation for medical research and AFAR grant for junior faculty. We're looking forward to decipher the changes in DSB repair pathway choice and repair efficiency during aging. See afar.org

07/14-18/19: Nausica will be in Steamboat for the FASEB Genetic Recombination and Genomic Rearrangements Conference

05/20/19: Ben Nebenfuehr is joining the lab as a graduate student.

05/20/19: Ben Nebenfuehr is joining the lab as a graduate student.

02/18/19: We are welcoming two MCDB rotation students, Galen Squiers and Ben Nebenfuehr, as well as a new undergard, Alina Dayn.

01/07/19: We welcome to the lab Daniel Ahrens, our new MCDB rotation student. During his rotation, Daniel will pursue Shawn's efforts to establish a cellular system to study the role of DNA repair proteins at telomeres.

11/16/18: Ben Dodd, senior PRA, joined the lab. Ben will identify and study novel factors involved in DNA repair. Welcome Ben!

10/29/18: Welcome to Shawn Laursen, our first MCDB rotation student. During his rotation, Shawn will establish a cellular system to study the role of DNA repair proteins at telomeres.

10/01/18: Our first Professional Research Assistant, Colin Sempeck, joined the lab. Together with organizing the lab, Colin will decipher the cellular roles of the lncRNA TERRA. Welcome Colin!

08/01/18: The Arnoult lab is officially opened!

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