Chromatin replication and epigenome maintenance in the Groth Group

The focus of the Groth group is to elucidate how chromatin organization and function is propagated during mitotic cell division to maintain genome and epigenome stability. Our goal is to understand how these mechanisms that underpin epigenetic cell memory impact on cell fate decision in development, cellular reprogramming and epigenetic changes that are prolific in cancer.  

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Anja Groth

Anja Groth

Group Leader

Anja Groth
Professor
Research Director
Email
+45 35 32 55 38

Group members

Name Title Phone E-mail
Alice Wenger Research assistant +45 353-33978 E-mail
Alva Ada Biran Postdoc +45 353-34888 E-mail
Anja Groth Research director, professor +45 353-25538 E-mail
Anton Lunow Bournonville Bachelor student   E-mail
Colin Hammond Assistant professor +45 353-35015 E-mail
Diego Iglesias Gato Senior advisor +45 353-30640 E-mail
Kathleen Stewart-Morgan Assistant professor +45 353-34307 E-mail
Kathryn Jane Wattam Laboratory technician +45 353-35022 E-mail
Kyosuke Nakamura Academic employee +45 353-26893 E-mail
Leonie Kollenstart Postdoc +45 353-35612 E-mail
Marie Louise Freiberg Visitor   E-mail
Massimo Carraro PhD Fellow +45 353-34560 E-mail
Matthew Todd Postdoc +45 353-34407 E-mail
Nazaret Reverón-Gómez Academic employee +45 353-35008 E-mail
Simona Graziano Postdoc +45 353-36598 E-mail
Tracey Elaine Beyer Postdoc +45 353-34906 E-mail
Valentin Benno Flury Postdoc +45 353-26294 E-mail