David Lydall and the members of the lab use various molecular, genetic and systematic approaches to understand how genetic stability is maintained in the simple model organism budding yeast.

We are a mixture of students, technicians and post docs and the lab size is usually between six and twelve people. 

Our lab is situated in the Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences at Newcastle University, in the North East of England.

The picture shows Hadrian’s Wall, which crosses the country, from Newcastle to Carlisle.  It was built by the Romans and marked the Northern edge of  their empire.

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