Aussie Suzuki

Assistant Professor


6533 WI Institute Medical Research
1111 Highland Ave
Madison, WI 53705

Suzuki, Aussie

Dr. Suzuki’s lab focuses on discovering the molecular mechanisms underlying force production, mitotic checkpoint control, and error correction in accurate cell division, with a focus on the role of the highly conserved Ndc80 complex. They  recently developed a FRET (fluorescent resonance energy transfer)-based Ndc80 tension biosensor, which allows one to measure cellular tension using light microscopy.  In addition, they are committed to understanding how the loss of centromere/kinetochore integrity causes carcinogenesis and cancer progression.