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Christopher received his PhD in cell and molecular biology from Colorado State University in 2017. His PhD work involved understanding telomere maintenance and DNA repair. 

Following completion of his PhD, Christopher accepted a position as a Research Officer in the Telomere Length Regulation Unit, where he now studies a fascinating group of tyrosine phosphatases known as the eyes absent protein family, and their roles in DNA repair, mitosis and cancer biology.

Christopher Nelson

Research Officer