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03Apr 2020

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National seminar by Geert Kops

Geert Kops
Oncode Institute, Hubrecht Institute - KNAW, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Disjointed genomes: On chromosome  segregation fidelity in health and disease

Friday, April 3, 2020, 11:00 hours
Piet Borst Auditorium, Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Host: Anastassis Perrakis

Geert Kops
Geert Kops is group leader at the Hubrecht Institute and Scientific Director of Oncode Institute. His group is interested in the processes that ensure correct chromosome segregation during cell division. Errors in chromosome segregation can cause birth defects and embryonic lethality in humans and cause aneuploidy, the most common genetic alteration in tumors. The Kops group studies the signaling networks that regulate chromosome segregation, the evolution of cell division processes and the role of chromosomal instability in cancer. He is recipient of the KNCV Gold 

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