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Department of Genetics

 

Biography

Professor Eric Miska is at the Gurdon Institute(https://www.gurdon.cam.ac.uk) in Cambridge. His cutting-edge research focuses on tiny molecules in our cells called RNAs, finding out how they work, and how they contribute to diseases like cancer.

Research Interests

Professor Miska's lab studies non-coding RNA, epigenetics, and genome stability. Ongoing research projects fall under one of these broader themes: RNA modifications and structure; Small- and non-coding RNA biology; RNA in communication and defense; Genomics, epigenomics, and Inheritance; Adaptive plasticity and evolution.

Read more information about Professor Miska's research projects. (https://www.ericmiskalab.org/research/)

Rsearch Group Links

https://www.gen.cam.ac.uk/research-groups/research-groups/miska

Eric Miska | The Gurdon Institute (cam.ac.uk)

Eric Miska Laboratory | non-coding RNA, epigenetics and genome stability

Publications

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Publication statistics can be found at Google Scholar. (http://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=o9fLPykAAAAJ&hl=en)

For a full list of publications, visit our Publications page.(https://www.ericmiskalab.org/publications/)

Herchel Smith Professor of Molecular Genetics
Deputy Director, Gurdon Institute
Professor Eric  Miska
Areas of Interest: 
Non-coding RNA, epigenetics and genome stability.
Email address: 
Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute,
Henry Wellcome Building of Cancer and Developmental Biology,
Tennis Court Road,
Cambridge CB2 1QN,
United Kingdom
Office phone: 
+44 (0)1223 334088
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