Professor Andrew Jackson
We are a multidisciplinary research group that uses genetic, biochemical, cellular, immunological and developmental approaches to gain new insights into fundamental biological processes and advance the understanding of disease mechanisms.
- Cerebral organoids model human brain development and microcephaly. Lancaster et al, Nature (2013)
- Ribonucleotides misincorporated into DNA act as strand-discrimination signals in eukaryotic mismatch repair. Ghodgaonkar et al, Molecular Cell (2013)
- Ribonucleotides are the most common lesions in genomic DNA. Reijns et al, Cell (2012)
- Mutations in multiple Replication Licensing components cause Meier-Gorlin syndrome. Bicknell et al, Nature Genetics (2011a); Bicknell et al, Nature Genetics (2011b)
We have recently obtained €1,500,000 funding from the European Research Council and are looking to recruit talented scientists to join our research team. If you are interested in joining the lab please contact Andrew with a copy of your CV.