Emma Koeleman

Emma Koeleman has worked on cell adhesion mechanisms at Cancer Research UK (CRUK) and studied the role of the chromatin environment in double-strand break repair at the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI). She obtained her Master‘s degree in Biomedical Sciences at Leiden University in the Netherlands. Currently, she is studying the alternative lengthening of telomeres (ALT) mechanism, which is utilized by a subset of cancer types to obtain unlimited proliferation capacity. She is particularly interested in the role of ALT-associated PML bodies that form a subcompartment around telomeres in ALT to promote telomere repeat extension. 0000-0002-3125-4121 @e_koeleman
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