Dr Didier-Herve Boucher


Research Officer


About me

Didier Boucher completed his PhD on complex DNA damage induced by low dose rate of gamma rays (Curie Institute - University Paris XI) in 2006. He then moved to Brisbane and continued in the field of DNA damage and cancer at the QIMR Berghofer Research Institute. In parallel to his work on DNA repair proteins, he also worked on in vivo models with the generation of knock out mice for DNA repair genes. He joined the CARP team in 2015 and is currently working on testing in vivo new drugs combination for the treatment of prostate and lung cancer.