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. Mol 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.