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Dr Helfrid Hochegger

Post:Reader (Genome Damage and Stability)
Location:GENOME CENTRE G4.12
Email:H.Hochegger@sussex.ac.uk
Personal homepage:hocheggerlab

Telephone numbers
Internal:7510 or 8976
UK:01273 877510 or 01273 678976
International:+44 1273 877510 or +44 1273 678976

Research expertise:
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Biography

Dr Hochegger is a Reader in Genome Stability and heads the cell cycle control lab at the GDSC investigating how human cells enter mitosis and how this process has been changed in cancer.

Dr Hochegger received his PhD at ICRF Clare Hall with Nobel laureate Sir Tim Hunt, followed by a five-year stay as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Kyoto, Japan with Prof. Shunichi Takeda. 

Dr Hochegger joined the GDSC in 2007 as a Wellcome Trust career development fellow and was subsequently awarded a CRUK senior research fellowship.

 

Role

Research Group Leader: Mechanisms of Cell Cycle Control