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Ken Marians
Kenneth J. Marians, PhD


Professor

Research in my laboratory centers on: (i) the events that occur when the replisome (the multi-component enzyme machine that replicates chromosomal DNA) encounters blockages to replication fork progression, and (ii) the mechanisms by which chromosomes are condensed and separated during cell division. Our studies on the consequences of replication fork blockage and restart utilize purified replication, recombination, and transcription proteins in various well-defined systems reconstituted in vitro that model all steps of these events. Our studies on chromosome condensation and segregation utilize a combination of biochemical, cell biological, and molecular genetic approaches.

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Ken Marians

Kenneth J. Marians, PhD



Professor

  • Kenneth Marians focuses on mechanisms of replication restart and chromosome segregation.
  • PhD, Cornell University
212-639-5890
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Jan-Gert Brüning
Jan-Gert Brüning

Postdoctoral Fellow

Avradip Chatterjee
Avradip Chatterjee

Postdoctoral Fellow

Rupesh Kumar
Rupesh Kumar

Postdoctoral Fellow

Philip Nevin
Philip Nevin

Postdoctoral Fellow

Soon Bahng
Soon Bahng

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Chong Lee
Chong Lee

Research Technician

Pearl Nurse

Senior Research Technician

Lab Alumni
Sarah Bigot

Research Fellow

Carolina Gabbai

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Ryo Hayama

Graduate Student

Ram Madabhushi

Graduate Student

Brenda Perez

Research Fellow

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Applicants interested in career opportunities in the Marians Laboratory should send their resume to kmarians@sloankettering.

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