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Signe Penner-Goeke

Signe Penner-Goeke

Fast-track Ph.D. student

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Nationality: Canadian

Topic of Thesis: Glucocorticoid-induced epigenetic mechanisms in early life stress

Supervisor: Dr. Dr. med. univ. Elisabeth Binder

Publication(s):

Penner-Goeke S, Lichtensztejn Z, Neufeld M, Ali JL, Altman AD, Nachtigal MW, et al. (2017) The temporal dynamics of chromosome instability in ovarian cancer cell lines and primary patient samples. PLoS Genet 13(4): e1006707.

Cisyk AL, Penner-Goeke S, Lichtensztejn Z, Nugent Z, Wightman RH, Singh H and McManus KJ. (2015) Characterizing the Prevalence of Chromosome Instability in Interval Colorectal Cancer. Neoplasia, 17(3): 306–316. 


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