A research paper “DNMT3A harboring leukemia-associated mutations directs sensitivity to DNA damage at replication forks” from our department was published in the scientific journal Clinical Cancer Research. The study, spearheaded by Kartika Venugopal, a PhD student in the Guryanova lab, paves the way to a new personalized treatment approach for elderly and frail patients with acute myeloid leukemia. Jonathan Bird, PhD and Brian Law, PhD from our department also contributed to the study.
Read about the implications of this work here.
Congratulations to the team!