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Seminars

25Jan 2019

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International seminar by Thomas Gregor

Thomas Gregor
Princeton University, Princeton, United States

Visualizing chromatin dynamics and its effect on transcription

Friday, January 25, 2019, 11.00 hrs
Piet Borst Auditorium   

Host      : Tineke Lenstra
E-mail  : t.lenstra@nki.nl

Thomas Gregor
My laboratory is interested in problems at the interface of physics and biology. The main thrust of our research is the design of new experimental approaches and the performance of high-precision physics-style measurements in living animals, such that our data allows for direct validation of mathematical models. This program is aimed at the generation of theories describing biological phenomena which are derived from general principles in the physics tradition.

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