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Molecular mechanisms in gene repression and their biological implications

Grafik: Sabrina Fischer

Our laboratory focuses mainly on molecular mechanisms involved in gene repression. We apply biochemical, molecular, cellular, structural and genome-wide approaches in order to investigate the molecular functions of specific proteins in chromatin and transcriptional regulation. In addition, we aim to elucidate their roles in human cancer and to develop novel strategies to perturb their functions. Please refer to the projects page for further details.

Our lab is part of the GRK2573, which has the goal to investigate the inflammatory tumor secretome. 

Job opportunities:

If you are studying at the University of Marburg (Human Biology, Biology, Medicine) and are interested to work in our lab as a Practical, Bachelor or Master's student, please send an email to .

Postdoc and PhD positions are currently not available.