Regulation of DNA replication initiation in human cells
In order to divide,each cell needs to duplicate its DNA first. It is a complex process that is initiated at thousands different sites in a very well orchestrated fashion. We are studying how it is controlled and which proteins participate in this process.
The first paper from the lab is now published in Nature communications! Check it out!
PhD student Naga Raviteja Chavata joins the lab! Welcome, Ravi!
A collaborative paper with our participarion is now out in Cell reports!
Master's student Marleen Mikk joins the lab! Welcome, Marleen!
Congratulations Sigvard Vällo on successfully defending his Bachelor's thesis with the highest score! Best of luck in your future!
Happy to present our work at the 6th DNA Polymerases Meeting in Stockholm!
PhD student Syed Shahid Musvi joins the lab! Welcome, Shahid!
First preprint from the lab! We use an auxin-inducible degron system to study the non-catalytic role of DNA polymerase epsilon in human cells.
Very excited to have contributed to this new preprint on the effects of ATRi on proliferating T-cells! Check it out!
Bachelor's student Pille Leesmäe joins the lab! Welcome, Pille!
Congratulations Hele Anderspuk on successfully defending her Master's thesis with the highest score! Best of luck in your future!
Amazing news: our lab was awarded a team grant from Estonian Research Council for 2022-2026!
Very excited to give an invited talk about our research at the University of Tartu Institute of Technology!
Come see our poster about DNA polymerase epsilon at CSHL DNA replication meeting!
PhD student Sameera Vipat joins the lab! Welcome, Sameera!
We have an open PhD student position! Come join us at TalTech!
Apply here before December 16th 2020.
Bachelor's student Sigvard Vällo joins the lab! Welcome, Sigvard!
We are back!
We are on quarantine. Stay safe!
Our paper is published in PNAS!
Master's student Hele Anderspuk joins the lab! Welcome, Hele!
The lab is now open!