Cancer Biology and DNA Damage

Members of this research group contribute to the cross-faculty research theme on Ageing.

This research group is carrying out work directed towards understanding the cellular and molecular basis of cancer.

Projects looking specifically at the underlying causes of malignancies such as colorectal, prostate and skin cancer are currently ongoing, while characterisation of the cellular response to DNA damage and the related topic of cell division control are also key themes within our work.


Researchers working in this area, together with a short description of their research interests, are listed below.