Janna Hachmann

  • Research

    Janna Hachmann is interested in the oncogene known as MALT1, which plays a crucial role in certain forms of lymphoma.

  • Biography

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Janna Hachmann's Research Focus

Janna Hachmann is interested in the oncogene known as MALT1, which plays a crucial role in certain forms of lymphoma. MALT1 can undergo a gene translocation resulting in a hybrid protein that contains components of an apoptosis inhibitor and a protease. Janna seeks to define the mechanism of the oncogene, and the role of its individual components, in thymocyte proliferation.  She is learning to screen peptide libraries and to develop focused proteomic technologies to define the fundamental properties and the natural and oncogenic substrates of MALT1.

About Janna Hachmann

Experience

Janna recieved her M.Sc. from the Free University of Berlin, Germany (2008). She entered the graduate program in 2010.

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