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Catherine Chahrour

DPhil Student

I am a Genomic Medicine and Statistics DPhil student funded by the Wellcome Trust. My research focuses on identifying the DNA binding specificity of chromatin complexes in leukaemia. Specifically, how the MLL-AF4 fusion protein and proteins known to associate with MLL such as Menin bind to enhancers and if they have preference for specific DNA sequences.

I hold a BSc in Biology and a MSc in Applied Genomics from Imperial. Prior to joining the Milne group, I worked as a bioinformatician at the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences.