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Ronak Shah group


Ronak Shah

Ph.D. Student

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I completed my Master's in Biomedical Sciences from University of Amsterdam in 2017. My first internship was in the van Tellingen group at NKI, where I worked on radiosensitization of glioblastomas using targeted therapy. My second internship was in the Ktistakis group, Cambridge, wherein I contributed to delineating the signaling process involved in mitophagy.

In the Jacobs group, I'm interested in understanding the role of the DNA Damage Tolerance (DDT) in stem cell maintenance and tissue homeostasis. I utilize organoids and mouse models to determine the behavior of stem cells in DDT-deficient conditions.

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