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Constant learning - an interview with Lilian Kabeche on setting up an inclusive and welcoming lab

Dr. Lilian C. Kabeche is an Assistant Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry at Yale University, USA. She received her PhD from Dartmouth College working on kinetochore-microtubule attachments in Duane Compton’s laboratory, followed by a postdoctoral training on the DNA damage response in Lee Zou’s group at Harvard Medical School. Lilian started her independent career in 2019.

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Constant learning - an interview with Lilian Kabeche on setting up an inclusive and welcoming lab. Commun Biol 5, 631 (2022).

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