Centre for Cell and Chromosome Biology (CCCB)
The Centre for Cell and Chromosome Biology (CCCB) is focused on understanding fundamental aspects of cell and chromosome structure and function particuarly in the areas of genome organisation, cellular and organismal ageing, DNA damage and response mechanisms, bone metabolism, inherited disorders and chromosome aberration formation.
The CCCB was created in 2005 as a result of strategic appointments within Biosciences. The purpose of the Centre is to provide a focus for new research activities within the School and to complement the existing groups. Members of the Centre have attracted over £1.5 million in funding and now includes over 30 members.
The CCCB comprises 13 research laboratories. See People involved.
For further information about the centre please contact Dr Ian Kill (Director).
Tel: +44 (0)1895 266286