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Trevor Archer's Biography

Trevor Archer, Principal Investigator, National Institute of Health

Dr. Archer received a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Queen’s University in Canada, after which he did postdoctoral training on chromatin gene transcription and steroid receptors at the National Cancer Institute, in Bethesda. In 1992, Dr. Archer joined the University of Western Ontario in Canada, as a National Cancer Institute of Canada Scientist. Dr. Archer joined the NIEHS in 1999 as Head, Chromatin Structure and Gene Expression. Dr. Archer has made numerous original and important contributions to the study of chromatin structure/function, epigenetics and gene transcriptional regulation in breast cancer cells while publishing ~100 peer reviewed manuscripts.

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Chromatin and Epigenetics in Hormone Regulated Transcription

Friday, 20 April 2012 at 11:15

Add to Calendar ▼2012-04-20 11:15:002012-04-20 12:15:00Europe/LondonChromatin and Epigenetics in Hormone Regulated

A full understanding of nuclear receptor mediated transcription requires an appreciation for the specific roles played by the chromatin structure of target genes and the molecular machines required to unleash this regulatory potential.

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