27 May-1 Jun 2018 Aussois (France)

Confirmed Invited speakers

tell_2.gif Pr Gianluca Tell, University of Udine, Italy

Non canonical roles of BER enzymes in RNA processing: novel perspectives in cancer biology

dianov_1.gif Pr Grigory Dianov, University of Oxford, UK

Regulation of base excision repair in response to DNA damage

Ide_2.gif Pr Hiroshi Ide, Hiroshima University, Japan

Direct observation of damage clustering in irradiated DNA

 dimitra_1.gif Pr Dimitra Markovitsi, Université Paris Saclay, Fr

Base radicals generated upon absorption of low-energy UV radiation directly by DNA

claire.gifPr Claire Rodriguez-Lafrasse, Université Lyon-Sud, Fr

 Why Carbon Ions Better Cure Radioresistant Cancers: The Cellular and Molecular Visions of the Radiobiologist

 greenberg.gifPr Marc Greenberg, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Recent studies on the chemistry of DNA damage

 epe.gif Pr Bernd Epe, Johannes Gutenberg Univesität, Mainz, Germany

 OGG1: a DNA repair glycosylase relevant for both genomic stability and transcription regulation

carmen.gif Dr Carmen Villagrassa, IRSN, France

 Mechanistic simulation of radioinduced DNA early damage with Geant4-DNA

mehran_1.gif Pr Mehran Mostafavi, Paris Sud University, France

Can an excess electron in water induce a dissociative electronic attachment to DNA bases

sheera.gifDr Sheera Adar, The Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School, Israel.

High throughput sequencing uncovers patterns of UV damage formation in the human genome

 colin_wu.gifDr Colin Wu, Oakland University, USA. 

Repair of G-quadruplexes by the FANCJ DNA helicase

 nail.gifDr Neil Kad, University of Kent, UK

Using single molecule imaging to investigate the molecular processes of nucleotide excision DNA repair

Jan_1.gifDr Jan Schuemann, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA

 Connecting track structure simulations to biology - understanding potential and limitations of MC


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