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Oldenkamp, Roel

Roel Oldenkamp

PhD student


During my master's program Molecular Mechanisms of Disease at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, I developed a strong interest in chromosome organization. Therefore, I joined the group of Benjamin Rowland in August 2018. As a group, we are mainly focused on the role of SMC complexes in shaping and maintaining the (3D) genome.

During my PhD, I try to understand molecular mechanisms that underlie cohesin-mediated interphase genome organization. Besides, I study the transition from highly dynamic G1 cohesin to relatively stable G2 cohesin.

See Roel's publications on PubMed.