Our lab studies how transcription is maintained and altered over time using the model system of mouse embryonic stem cells. Our research combines cutting-edge technologies including CRISPR/Cas9-mediated gene editing, genomics, and single molecule live-cell imaging to explore the mechanisms of transcriptional memory.
Teves lab is starting at the University of British Columbia’s Biochemistry and Molecular Biology department in the summer of 2018.
We are recruiting! Positions available include technician, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows. Come join us! Learn more here. And you can read more about our scientific and mentorship philosophies here.