Italian, born in Naples in '73, Vincenzo Costanzo directs the DNA Metabolism research program at IFOM.
In 1998, he graduated in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Naples Federico II. His college years were crucial for laying the foundations of his scientific career. read more
Cells respond to DNA damage by activating a multi-faceted response called DNA damage response. Defects in this response can result in genomic instability, a major feature of cancer cells. Several cancer-prone syndromes reflect defects in the specific genes of the DNA damage response. read more
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