School of Cellular & Molecular Medicine, University of Bristol, UK.
|Dr Karim Malik is a reader in Epigenetics at School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine at University of Bristol and is mentoring many students for their future programs. Dr Karim Malik has got many publications under his name.|
|His Research interests includes Cancer Epigenetics as well as genetic lesions, cancer cells also acquire defects in regulating levels of gene expression, which can lead to their enhanced survival and inappropriate growth. Epigenetics is a key mechanism for regulating gene expression levels, and is dependent on modification of DNA and chromatin by reversible enzymatic modifications such as methylation.|