Mechanisms of DNA double-stranded break repair and Chromosomal Translocation
The Frock lab studies the genome-wide fate of various forms of double-stranded DNA breaks (DSBs). Projects in the lab use a combination of genetics, molecular biology, next generation sequencing, and bioinformatics to uncover DSB mechanisms and to reveal a deeper understanding of DSB repair processes.
The long term goal of the Frock lab is to develop novel cancer diagnostics/therapeutics and genome editing approaches.
- Congratulations to Dr. Frock for becoming a V Scholar from the V Foundation for Cancer Research! - Nov 2019
- Welcome Marie Le Bouteiller, Postdoctoral Scholar to the Frock Lab- September 2019
- Welcome Paul Barghouth, Postdoctoral Scholar to the Frock Lab- June 2019
- Welcome Finn Maniscalco, Summer Intern to the Frock Lab- June to August 2019
- Congratulations to Dr. Frock for receiving the Career Development Award from the Radiation Research Foundation! - April 2019