Wim Vermeulen

Nucleotide Excision Repair

   Vermeulen Lab

Research in our group is focused on elucidating the molecular mechanism and regulation of Nucleotide Excision Repair and its impact on human health. This important DNA repair mechanism protects organisms against DNA damage-induced carcinogenesis and premature aging.

In our lab, we apply a multidisciplinary approach to improve our understanding of its molecular mechanism, working from the molecular genetic, biochemical and cell biological level to the level of intact eukaryotic organisms and patients.

Visit our lab website www.vermeulenlab.com for more information.