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Chromatin binding proteins in pluripotent stem cells :Insights from single-cell Hi-C and single-molecule imaging

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Srinjan received his BA/MSci from the University of Cambridge and his PhD from Harvard University. He then returned to Cambridge to complete his postdoc and is currently transitioning to a Group Leader position at the Wellcome Trust-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute. Srinjan implements biophysical and computational methods such as single-cell Hi-C and live cell 3D single-molecule imaging to study the architecture of the genome at the level of a single mammalian cell. In particular, he is studying how transcription factors and protein complexes (such as NuRD) regulate the folding of the genome as pluripotent stem cells differentiate.

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