Yi-Chun Huang, Ph.D.

  • Center for Cancer Research
  • National Cancer Institute
Laboratory of Genome Integrity


Dr. Huang's research enhances our understanding of genome stability in eukaryotes, particularly focusing on the roles of TONSL/TSK and histone variants. His work demonstrates how histone variant H3.1 contribute to the maintenance of genetic integrity and the regulation of key cellular processes. Through his Ph.D. studies, he has shed light on the importance of histones and epigenetic modifications in cellular development and genome stability, offering valuable insights that are fundamental to the field of molecular biology.

Areas of Expertise

1) Genome Stability 2) DNA Damage and Repair 3) Chromatin