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Ashley Harman

Ashley completed his bachelor’s degree at La Trobe University, where he then began working towards a PhD in mitochondrial genetics. He received his PhD in 2017 and subsequently joined the Cell Biology Unit at CMRI in 2018 thanks to generous support from the Profield Foundation. Ashley is currently working to understand the mechanisms behind telomerase recruitment to telomeres, and the impact that replication stress and telomere replication have on this process.

Ashley Harman

Ashley completed his bachelor’s degree at La Trobe University, where he then began working towards a PhD in mitochondrial genetics. He received his PhD in 2017 and subsequently joined the Cell Biology Unit at CMRI in 2018 thanks to generous support from the Profield Foundation. Ashley is currently working to understand the mechanisms behind telomerase recruitment to telomeres, and the impact that replication stress and telomere replication have on this process.

Ashley completed his bachelor’s degree at La Trobe University, where he then began working towards a PhD in mitochondrial genetics. He received his PhD in 2017 and subsequently joined the Cell Biology Unit at CMRI in 2018 thanks to generous support from the Profield Foundation. Ashley is currently working to understand the mechanisms behind telomerase recruitment to telomeres, and the impact that replication stress and telomere replication have on this process.

Ashley Harman

Post-doctoral Fellow