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GENOME INSTABILITY AND HUMAN PATHOLOGIES


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Genomes are constantly exposed to damage. Failure to repair DNA lesions leads to mutations, which can contribute to ageing and cancer. The main focus of the lab is to characterize DNA repair and cell cycle control mechanisms to understand how defects in these processes contribute to aging, cancer and other genetic syndromes.




Foto docenteMarco Muzi Falconi

Full Professor in Molecular Biology



Email: marco.muzifalconi@unimi.it
Thesis available: >>>
External links: ORCID
Main topics of the group:
  • Cell cycle control
  • DNA damage repair and checkpoint
  • Ubiquitin ligases and genome stability
  • RNase H and Aicardì Goutiéres Syndrome



Foto docenteFederico Lazzaro

Associate Professor in Molecular Biology



Email: federico.lazzaro@unimi.it
Address: IV floor / tower A
Thesis available: >>>
External links: ResearchGate Scopus ORCID
Main topics of the group:
  • Cell cycle control
  • DNA damage repair and checkpoint
  • Ubiquitin ligases and genome stability
  • RNase H and Aicardì Goutiéres Syndrome



Foto docenteAchille Pellicioli

Associate Professor in Molecular Biology



Email: achille.pellicioli@unimi.it
Phones: +39 02 503 15003
Address: IV floor / tower A
Thesis available: >>>
External links: Scopus ORCID
Keywords: DNA damage and repair, checkpoint, genome instability
Main topics of the group:
  • Double strand break response: from basic mechanisms to pathology
  • Fanconi anemia pathway and targeted anti-cancer therapy
  • Polo kinases and genome instability



Foto docenteFederica Marini

Assistant Professor in Molecular Biology



Email: federica.marini@unimi.it
Phones: +39 02 503 15033
Address: IV floor/ tower A
Thesis available: >>>
External links: Scopus ORCID
Main topics of the group:
  • Double strand break response: from basic mechanisms to pathology
  • Fanconi anemia pathway and targeted anti-cancer therapy
  • Polo kinases and genome instability


Foto docenteMarco Muzi Falconi

Full Professor in Molecular Biology


Email: marco.muzifalconi@unimi.it
Thesis available: >>>
External links: ORCID
Main topics of the group:
  • Cell cycle control
  • DNA damage repair and checkpoint
  • Ubiquitin ligases and genome stability
  • RNase H and Aicardì Goutiéres Syndrome


Foto docenteFederico Lazzaro

Associate Professor in Molecular Biology


Email: federico.lazzaro@unimi.it
Address: IV floor / tower A
Thesis available: >>>
External links: ResearchGate Scopus ORCID
Main topics of the group:
  • Cell cycle control
  • DNA damage repair and checkpoint
  • Ubiquitin ligases and genome stability
  • RNase H and Aicardì Goutiéres Syndrome


Foto docenteAchille Pellicioli

Associate Professor in Molecular Biology


Email: achille.pellicioli@unimi.it
Phones: +39 02 503 15003
Address: IV floor / tower A
Thesis available: >>>
External links: Scopus ORCID
Keywords: DNA damage and repair, checkpoint, genome instability
Main topics of the group:
  • Double strand break response: from basic mechanisms to pathology
  • Fanconi anemia pathway and targeted anti-cancer therapy
  • Polo kinases and genome instability


Foto docenteFederica Marini

Assistant Professor in Molecular Biology


Email: federica.marini@unimi.it
Phones: +39 02 503 15033
Address: IV floor/ tower A
Thesis available: >>>
External links: Scopus ORCID
Main topics of the group:
  • Double strand break response: from basic mechanisms to pathology
  • Fanconi anemia pathway and targeted anti-cancer therapy
  • Polo kinases and genome instability




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