Research groups

  • Guardavaccaro

    Guardavaccaro

    Ubiquitin-dependent degradation in signaling, development and disease

  • van Rheenen

    van Rheenen

    Cancer biophysics

  • Knipscheer

    Knipscheer

    Molecular mechanism and regulation of DNA repair

  • Kops

    Kops

    Molecular mechanisms and evolution of cell division

  • Geijsen

    Geijsen

    Pluripotent stem cells in development and disease

  • Kind

    Kind

    Spatiotemporal regulation of genomic function

  • Rabouille

    Rabouille

    Regulation of secretion during development

  • Clevers

    Clevers

    Lgr5 stem cells, Wnt signaling & cancer

  • Tanenbaum

    Tanenbaum

    Single cell dynamics of gene expression.

  • Creyghton

    Creyghton

    Epigenomics

  • de Laat

    de Laat

    Biomedical genomics

  • van Oudenaarden

    van Oudenaarden

    Quantitative biology of development & stem cells

  • van Rooij

    van Rooij

    Molecular Cardiology

  • Robin

    Robin

    Hematopoiesis and stem cells during embryonic development

  • Bakkers

    Bakkers

    Cardiac Development and Genetics

  • den Hertog

    den Hertog

    Protein-tyrosine phosphatases in development

  • Korswagen

    Korswagen

    Mechanism of Wnt signaling in development and disease

  • de Koning

    de Koning

    Diabetes and islet neogenesis

  • Deschamps

    Deschamps

    Genetics of morphogenesis during axial elongation in the mouse embryo

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