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Myles Axton
Kyle Vogan
Brooke LaFlamme
Tiago Faial
Catherine Potenski

Myles Axton, Chief Editor

Myles Axton

Myles Axton has a degree in genetics from Cambridge University and got his Ph.D. from Imperial College, London in David M. Glover's cell cycle genetics research group. He continued with postdoctoral research at the University of Dundee, and then moved to the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research to study DNA replication in Drosophila development with Terry L. Orr-Weaver. From 1995 to 2003 he was a University Lecturer in Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Oxford and a Tutorial Fellow of Balliol College. He joined Nature Genetics in 2003.

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Kyle Vogan, Senior Editor

Kyle Vogan

Kyle Vogan obtained his Ph.D. from McGill University under the supervision of Philippe Gros, using the classical mouse mutants Splotch and Loop-tail to study the genetics of neural tube closure. For his postdoctoral work, he joined Cliff Tabin at Harvard Medical School where he studied the developmental mechanisms underlying vertebrate left-right axis specification. He joined the journal in 2003.

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Brooke LaFlamme, Senior Editor

Brooke LaFlamme

Brooke LaFlamme obtained her Ph.D. from the Genetics and Development program at Cornell University under the supervision of Mariana Wolfner, where she studied the proteolytic regulation of Drosophila seminal fluid proteins. For her postdoctoral work, Brooke joined Shuibing Chen at Weill Cornell Medical College where she studied small molecules that function in pathways relevant for embryonic stem cell differentiation. She joined the Nature Genetics team in 2013.

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Tiago Faial, Associate Editor

Tiago Faial

Tiago Faial obtained his Ph.D. from the Stem Cell and Developmental Biology program at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of Jim Smith and Roger Pedersen, where he studied gene regulatory networks and signaling cascades that underpin mesoderm differentiation. For his postdoctoral work, Tiago joined Joanna Wysocka's laboratory at Stanford University where he studied the dynamics of epigenetic landscapes in pluripotency. He joined the Nature Genetics team in 2015.

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Catherine Potenski, Associate Editor

Catherine Potenski

Catherine Potenski obtained her Ph.D. from the Microbiology program at New York University School of Medicine in Irina Derkatch's laboratory where she studied Q/N-rich protein aggregates and prions in the yeast model system. For her postdoctoral work, Catherine joined Hannah Klein's laboratory where she studied mechanisms of ribonucleotide-induced DNA damage in yeast. She joined the Nature Genetics team in 2015.

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