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Liezel Tamon

DPhil Student

The genome is packaged into a higher-order structure within the nucleus. It is effectively folded, bringing domains near or far from each other into contacts.

Liezel is a wet-lab turned computational biologist interested in those genomic 3D contacts particularly their dynamics.

When not doing science, you would see her playing volleyball or trying to bake decent cakes!