DanStem Seminar by Richard Treisman – University of Copenhagen

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DanStem Seminar by Richard Treisman

Richard Treisman, Crick Institute, London

Title: Probing the transcriptional consequences of Ras and Rho activation.

Richard Treisman conducted his thesis research on polyomavirus transcription and RNA processing with Bob Kamen, receiving his PhD in 1981. He then pursued postdoctoral work on globin gene expression and thalassemia genes with Tom Maniatis. In 1984, he joined the MRC LMB in Cambridge, where he started working on how growth factors control transcription. Initially focusing on the Fos gene, he identified the transcription factor SRF and cloned its gene, before returning to London in 1988.

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