Past & Present
Postdoctoral fellow (funded by Cancer Research UK and Action for A-T)
Research interests: DNA repair and chromatin
Senior Postdoctoral fellow (funded by Cancer Research UK and Wellcome)
Research interests: Post-translational modification of DNA damage response proteins.
In addition to his research interests, Yaron carries out important roles advising other lab members, supervising both graduate and undergraduate students
Postdoctoral fellow, (funded by AstraZeneca collaborative award and Wellcome)
Research interests: Cellular models for human disease
Postdoctoral research (funded by Cancer Research UK)
Research interests: Replication and the DNA damage response in yeast
Postdoctoral fellow (funded by Cancer Research UK)
Research interests: DNA damage responses in yeast and mammalian cells
Postdoctoral fellow (funded by Cancer Research UK and Mission Therapeutics)
Research interests: Cell cycle control and protein ubiquitination
Postdoctoral Bioinformatician (funded by Wellcome)
Postdoctoral fellow (funded by Wellcome)
Research interests: lncRNAs (long non-coding RNAs) and the DNA damage response
Graduate Student (Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow)
Research Interests: Mechanisms of synthetic lethality and viability involving the DNA damage response
Graduate Student (Wellcome Trust Clinical Fellow)
Research interests: Focused CRISPR screens of DNA damage response
BBSRC Industrial CASE Partnership graduate student (with AstraZeneca)
Research interests: Mechanistic insights into ATR dependency during replication resulting from BRCA or ATM deficiency
Graduate student - part-time (Radiation Protection Scientist, Public Health England)
Research interests: Cellular responses to chronic radiation
Graduate student - (Cancer Research UK)
Research interests: Resistance mechanisms to DNA-damaging agents
Research Assistant/graduate student (funded by Wellcome)
Research interests: CRISPR technology and its application to the DDR
Graduate student (CONACYT Cambridge Scholarship)
Research interests: Genetic and functional interactions in the mammalian DNA damage response.
Bioinformatician (funded by Wellcome)
Lab Manager (funded by Cancer Research UK)
Research interests: DNA repair.
Research Assistant (funded by Cancer Research UK)
Research interests: DNA repair
Research Assistant (funded by Cancer Research UK and Mission Therapeutics)
Information Specialist: Background in molecular genetics with successful postdoctoral experience in both academic and commercial settings (funded by Cancer Research UK).
Research Assistant (funded by AstraZeneca colloborative award)
Research interests: Resistance mechanisms in the DNA damage response
Research assistant funded by Wellcome
Research Assistant (funded by Action for A-T)
Research interests: Identifying potential mechanisms that suppress Ataxia-telangiectasia pathologies
Past lab members - see a map of where our alumni are now
Alumni and current lab members attending the Jackson Lab Reunion in 2017
For more than 25 years, the Jackson lab has provided an interactive, cooperative and stimulating research environment that nurtures independent thinking. The Jackson group serves as an excellent platform for personal and professional development. Past trainees include 27 alumni who are now academic group leaders/senior group leaders and 15 who are in senior positions in biotech/pharma companies or other organisations.
As can be seen from the map, our alumni are carrying out ground-breaking science around the globe at universities and research institutes including the Crick Institute, London Research Institute, Institut Curie, Universities of Cambridge, Oxford, Bristol, Manchester, Dundee, Stanford, Yale, Indiana, Montreal, Seville, Milan, Texas at Austin, and Ritsumeikan, Japan; and pharma and drug discovery companies including AstraZeneca, Novartis, Roche, Mission Therapeutics, Artios Pharma and AbCam. Other alumni have forged careers in other diverse areas including journalism, patent law, medicine and marketing to name a few.
Furthermore, lab alumni have been recognised internationally for their achievements and include recipients of the Colworth Medal, EMBO Young Investigator Award, Young Investigator Prize for Excellence in Cancer Research, the Hooke Medal, the CNRS Bronze award, and one former postdoc was recently awarded an honorary OBE.