Ph. D. in Biochemistry, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
In the Wu lab, she will focus on understanding whole-genome organisation in health and disease using diffraction-limited and super-resolution microscopy. For this goal, she will also be working on new imaging technologies and image analysis methods.
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profiling of dynamic Polycomb-binding sites in Drosophila imaginal disc development and tumorigenesis,” Epigenetics &
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* equal contribution