Our main interest is the regulation of the mammalian cell cycle by the DREAM complex and Myb-MuvB. We have shown that MuvB together with the B-MYB transcription factor is a master regulator of genes required for mitosis and cytokinesis. We use biochemical and genetic methods to understand how DREAM, MuvB, B-MYB and its target genes contribute to normal proliferation, development and tumorigenesis.
Welcome to the Gaubatz lab!
June 2016: DAAD RISE students Ashley Curran and Laura Hergott and Bachelor Student Leonie Schmitt join the lab to work on the function of DREAM and GAS2L3 for the next 3 month.
April 2016: Fabian's/Katja's/Sabine's/Grit's paper accepted at Oncogene.
February 2016: Master student Jonas Malkmus joins the lab.