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Christophe E. Redon, Ph.D.
Cellular Biologist specializing in DNA repair mechanisms with more than 15 years of laboratory experience and 60 publications. Recipient of the 2007 NCI Director Innovation Award and three Federal Technology Transfer Awards. Research interests centered on the DNA damage repair, genomic instability, radiation biology and cancer and covering both basic research projects and translational studies. Author of publications related to new techniques, the DNA damage response and cancer drug discovery. Published research papers and reviews in different background journals and books some achieved with extending collaborations with other research teams in Australia, Europe or the USA. Participated in the design of tools for the detection of DNA damage. Co-designed a pilot project to investigate a new putative Cancer Biomarker. Participated in the development of an assay for a new pharmacodynamic biomarker in response to therapeutic treatments. Currently developing a sensitive and accurate biomarker for exposure to radiation and genotoxic drugs. Mentor for the summer student program as well as for graduate students, PhD student and postdoctoral fellows.
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