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Stefano Santaguida Laboratory of Genome Integrity European Institute of Oncology (IEO) Milano. The Santaguida Lab studies the consequences of chromosome segregation errors on cell physiology

Santaguida Lab

European Institute of Oncology and University of Milan

Joining the lab

The lab is currently looking for highly motivated students and post-docs fascinated by the beauty of chromosome segregation and interested in studying how errors in this process are affecting cell physiology. We welcome those with an interest in cell biology, molecular biology, medicine and cancer biology, that are excited to study the consequences of changes in chromosome number on cellular functions.

We are thrilled to be part of a dynamic and multidisciplinary research environment, in which multiple groups share an "open-wall and mixed labs" structure. Along this line, we truly value and promote the genuine exchange of ideas, reagents and expertise.

  • Post-doctoral Fellows

Post-doctoral candidates interested in joining the lab are encouraged to contact us directly via e-mail. Please send your CV, a cover letter describing your previous scientific achievements and future directions, and the name and contact details of two referees.

  • PhD Students

We are looking for highly talented and motivated students to join us. PhD students enter the lab through the PhD program in systems medicine run by the European School of Molecular MedicineMore info about the application process can be found here.

The Santaguida lab studies the consequences of chromosome segregation errors on cell physiology. The lab is part of the vibrant research environment at the European Institute of Oncology (IEO) in Milan
  • Undergraduate Students

Undergraduates who are interested in working in the lab should contact us directly via e-mail​, sending a CV and a summary of research interests. 

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