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Cambridge Stem Cell Institute



Jade completed her PhD degree in Imperial college London and joined Dr. Daniel Hodson's group upon graduation working on the functions of DDX3X and DDX3Y in MYC-driven lymphomagenesis. She is also running a few other projects in the lab at the moment including studying the function of SGK1 in B cell malignancy, creating myc-IgH translocation in normal B cells using CRISPR and identifying and studying the functions of small ORFs in lymphoma.

Jade also serves on the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute's Research Culture and Integrity Committee.


Key publications: 

Gong C, Krupka JA, Gao J, Grigoropoulos NF, Screen M, Usheva Z, Cucco F, Barrans S, Painter D, Zaini NBM, Haupl B, Bornelov S, Ruiz Des Los Mozos I, Meng W, Zhou P, Blain AE, Forde S, Mathews J, Khim Tan MG, Burke GAA, Sze SK, Beer P, Burton C, Campbell P, Rand V, Turner SD, Ule J, Roman E, Tooze R, Oellerich T, Huntly BJ, Terner M, Du MQ, Samarajiwa SA, Hodson DJ, Sequential inverse dysregulation of the RNA helicases DDX3X and DDX3Y facilitates MYC-driven lymphomagenesis. Mol. Cell. 2021 Oct 7;81(19):4059-4075.e11. PMID: 34437837

Caeser R, Gao J, Di Re M, Gong C, Hodson DJ. Genetic manipulation and immortalized culture of ex vivo primary human germinal center B cells. Nat Protoc. 2021 Apr 9.

Senior Research Associate (Hodson Group)

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