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Noa Lamm-Shalem

Noa Lamm-Shalem

Noa graduated with a BSc in biology and psychology from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. She completed her MSc and PhD in the genetics department at the Hebrew University with Prof. Yehuda Tzfat investigating how telomere structure supports chromosome protection in yeast and human cells. As a PhD student, she also completed a short-term EMBO fellowship at the Rockefeller University in the lab of Titia de Lange. In 2013 Noa started her postdoctoral training with Prof. Batsheva Kerem in the department of Genetics at the Hebrew University supported by the Israel Cancer Research Foundation (ICRF) Post-doctoral fellowship. Her research centered on how DNA replication stress affects genome integrity. In 2015, Noa accepted Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Hebrew University and relocated to Australia to join the Genome Integrity Group. Currently, Noa is a Cancer Institute NSW Early Career Fellow and a Conjoint Lecturer in the University of Sydney (Sydney Medical School) investigating on how nuclear architectural changes allow cells to cope with replication stress.

Noa Lamm-Shalem

CINSW Early Career Fellow, Senior Research Officer