Titia de Lange is a professor of Cell Biology and Genetics at Rockefeller University. De Lange obtained her Masters on "Chromatin structure of the human ß-globin gene locus" at the University of Amsterdam in 1981, and subsequently her PhD at the same institution in 1985 with Piet Borst on surface antigen genes in trypanosomes. Titia de Lange. Research Interests: Mechanisms of telomeric end protection and genomic instability in cancer. Logan's Publications She also earned her Ph.D. from the University of Amsterdam while working at the Netherlands Cancer Institute. She studied at the University of Amsterdam and gained her PhD at the Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam, studying under Prof. Piet Borst. Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin, 2018 Thesis: Single-molecule studies reveal mechanisms of human DNA double-strand break repair Advisor: Tanya Paull and Ilya Finkelstein. Prof. Titia De Lange (Rotterdam, 1955) is director of the Anderson Center for Cancer Research and head of the Laboratory of Cell Biology and Genetics at Rockefeller University. Titia de Lange attended the University of Amsterdam where she received her bachelor's and master's degree in biochemistry. Titia de Lange, Ph.D. received the 2011 Vilcek Prize in Biomedical Science. Career. A leader in expanding our understanding of how a cell responds when its DNA is damaged, Dr. de Lange focuses her research on how telomeres protect chromosome ends …
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