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Gemma K. Aderton

Gemma Alderton received her PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Sussex, where she researched DNA damage and cell cycle signalling pathways and their deregulation in human disease with Penny Jeggo. Having established an interest in cell cycle signaling she worked as a postdoc in John Diffley’s lab at the Cancer Research UK Clare Hall laboratories, investigating the control of the G1/S checkpoint signaling in mammalian cells. In October 2006 she moved to Nature Reviews Cancer to continue to explore her broad interest in pathological cell signaling. In 2017, she became the biology Perspectives editor at Science and is now Deputy Editor of the Insights section at the journal, she commissions and publishes Perspectives and Reviews across biology, but especially in biomedicine.