Zachos completed his PhD at the University of Crete in 1997. He then received
postdoctoral training, first at the Institute of Virology of the University of Glasgow from 1997-2000 and then at Prof David Gillespies' lab in the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research, Glasgow,
U.K. from 2000-2007. In 2008, George moved to the Department of Biology of the University of Crete at Heraklion, Greece as an Assistant Professor in Cell Biology. In 2015, he became
Associate Professor and continues to hold this position today.
Eleni completed her PhD in 2014 and has been working in our lab as a post-doc since. She is investigating mitotic spindle checkpoint mechanisms, the abscission checkpoint and mechanisms of spindle formation. From 2021, she continues working in our lab as an independent H.F.R.I fellow.
Sofia completed her Masters degree in our lab in July 2021. She is now a PhD student in our laboratory and she is investigating mechanisms that stabilize chromatin bridges in cytokinesis.
completed his Masters degree in our lab in July 2021.
He is now a PhD student in our laboratory where he is investigating mechanisms of mitotic spindle formation in human cells.
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