The Ellis laboratory is dedicated to investigation of the relationship between genomic instability and cancer susceptibility. Genomic instability is a dominant feature of cancer cells, and it is the central phenotype of a large group of clinical entities in which cancer development is the main and often fatal consequence.
Our lab consists of post-docs, graduate students, undergraduate students, and our lab manager. Find out more about us by clicking on our image below.
Interested in joining? E-mail Nathan Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org.