The Teif lab is located in the University of Essex in a historic town Colchester. We are interested in quantitative aspects of gene regulation in chromatin using approaches of biophysics, bioinformatics and next generation sequencing. We work on biomedical systems ranging from mouse embryonic stem cell differentiation to human cell lines to actual cancer patients (chronic lymphocytic leukemia, glioblastoma, breast cancer).
Current lab members
Cancer researcher working on a masters dissertation on nucleosome positioning in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
– Chelsea Fox
Previous lab members
Dr Graeme Thorn, postdoctoral fellow (2017-2018). Currently in Queen Mary University of London
Joshua Burton, MSc student (2016). Currently in Oslo Metropolitan University
Navid Shafiei, MSc student (2017).
Christopher Armstrong, MSc student (2018)
Ralph Samarista, Wellcome Trust Summer Student (2018)
“Passionate about machine learning and data science, especially applications to (epi)genomics of ageing”
– Ashkan Mohseni Hosseini
“Curiosity-driven individual interested in bioinformatics, genetics and environmental science“
– Emma Deeks