About Jose Jaime Diaz Larrosa

My name is Jaime Diaz Larrosa and I am a PhD student in the Epigenetics Division of the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) in Heidelberg. Here, I study the role of DNA methylation in phenotypic plasticity and adaptation using the marbled crayfish, a parthenogenetic and clonal crustacean species able to quickly invade very different ecosystems. I think scientists need to have an active role in communication and make research accessible to all audiences.

Research Interest

Animal Model Cancer Developmental Biology Evolution Genome Organization and Stability Neuroscience RNA RNAi Stem Cells

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Germany (GBM)

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Grant writing Journal publishing Postgraduate training Scientific communication Undergraduate teaching

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