Ryan HullRyan did his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry with Genetics at the University of Birmingham and joined the Houseley lab as a PhD student in October 2014. Ryan’s project is in collaboration with the Cook lab, exploring changes in DNA copy number and its effect on cancer and aging, with a specific focus on the ribosomal DNA and its regulation by the TOR pathway.
Ryan is a member of Homerton College, Cambridge.
Sayou C, Millán-Zambrano G, Santos-Rosa H
Molecular and cellular biology
Frenk S, Pizza G, Walker RV
de la Rica L, Deniz Ö, Cheng KC
17 1474-760X:234 (2016)
Jack CV, Cruz C, Hull RM
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
112 1091-6490:9674-9 (2015)
Annual meeting of the EpiGeneSys Network of Excellence - Advancing epigenetics towards systems biology.
Houseley J, Hill CS, Rugg-Gunn PJ
Donà F, Houseley J
9 1932-6203:e115008 (2014)
Frenk S, Oxley D, Houseley J
9 1932-6203:e107648 (2014)
C Cruz, J Houseley
3 :e01581 (2014)
LJ Lambert, S Walker, J Feltham
8 12:e82110 (2013)
Hage AE,Houseley J
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.)
1054 1940-6029:195-207 (2013)
Biochemical Society transactions
40 4:836-41 (2012)
Repeat expansion in the budding yeast ribosomal DNA can occur independently of the canonical homologous recombination machinery.
J Houseley, D Tollervey
Nucleic acids research
39 20:8778-91 (2011)