School of Life Sciences

Hoffmann Lab

The Hoffmann lab is interested in impact of recombination and mutagenesis on genome stability and how perturbation in these processes lead to cancer and infertility.

Our discovery science programmes use yeast and human cell lines to identify and study molecular mechanisms of recombination and mutagenesis. Our translational research is carried out in collaboration with clinicians and focusses on cancer (Lynch Syndrome) and age-related infertility in human (adult oocytes).

 

Our research work is funded by:

 

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Contact

Dr. Eva Hoffmann

MRC Senior Research Fellow & EMBO Young Investigator

 

Genome Centre, Room G2.37

University of Sussex

Falmer

BN1 9RQ

UK

 

E-mail: eh58@sussex.ac.uk

P: + 44 1273 876997

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