Dr. Albert Ribes-Zamora Assistant Professor
Dr. Albert Ribes-Zamora teaches molecular biology, genetics and introductory biology.
His research areas include DNA repair and telomeres.
- Master of Science - Biology - University of Kentucky
- Doctor of Philosophy - Cell & Molecular Biology - Baylor University
- Bar-coding the genus Gongora in orchids (2013)
- Telomeric Localization of XRCC4 and XLF (2012)
- Dissection of Nej1-Lif1 interaction in yeast (2011)
- SCDFinder: a new bioinformatic tool (2011)
- "TRF2 interaction with Ku heterotetramerization interface gives insight into c-NHEJ prevention at human telomeres."
Cell (2013) Vol. 5 Page 194-206
- "Bringing Research into Laboratory courses"
IATED (2013) Page 5913-5918
- "The Role of Multimerization During Non-Homologous End Joining, New Research Directions in DNA Repair."
New Research Directions in DNA Repair.
InTech (2013) Page 41-66
- "An S/T-Q cluster domain census unveils new putative pathways and targets under Tel1/Mec1 control. BMC Genomics"
BMC (2012) Page 664
- "Telomeros y roturas de ADN, los extremos se tocan" (2013)
Universidad de Santo Tomas
- "A. Xrcc4 And Xlf Interact With Telomeric Proteins At Chromosome Ends. (2013)" (2013)
This poster received and Honorable mention award
- "Using bioluminescence to dissect DNA repair pathways" (2012)
Friends of the Doherty Library, New Faculty Lecture Series