March, 7th, 2024, 10am: Talk by Professor Masato Kanemaki (Tokyo, Japan) via Zoom, entiteld: „Exploring human DNA replication with an improved auxin-inducible degron technology“

To find out more about Professor Kanemaki click on the Picture.

Professor. Kanemaki received his Ph.D. in 2001 from Chiba University in Japan. He then moved to the CRUK Manchester Research Institute to study with Prof. Karim Labib and used a ts-degron technology to study all essential genes of previously unknown function in budding yeast. In 2006, he moved to Osaka University as an Assistant Professor, where he developed the auxin-inducible degron for use in animal cells. In 2010, he moved to National Institute of Genetics, first as an Associate Professor and then from 2016 as a full professor. His group has applied the degron technology to many areas of cell biology, focussing on chromosome replication in his own group. In 2022, Masato became a Professor at the University of Tokyo, whilst still keeping his lab at National Institute of Genetics.

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