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Natasha Jansz

Building/Room: Building 90, Room 109

Natasha completed her Bachelor degree in Biochemistry at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She completed her PhD in the lab of Marnie Blewitt at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne, Australia where she characterised the structural maintenance of chromatin family protein, SMCHD1, with a particular focus on its role in maintaining higher order chromatin structures at target loci. Natasha joined the Torres-Padilla lab as a postdoc in August 2018.
Research interests: The establishment of chromatin structure during development
Nationality: Australian

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