Entries by Jonathan Mill

Jonathan Davies

J.Davies4@exeter.ac.uk Originally from Burton-on-Trent in the Midlands, Jonathan studied for a BSc in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Southampton, specialising in the theory of developmental origins of health and disease. He then moved to the University of the West of England to study for an MSc in Biomedical Sciences: Cellular Pathology, graduating in 2013, […]

Byron Creese

Research Fellow E-mail: b.creese@exeter.ac.uk   Byron’s background is in psychology, which he studied to MSc level in 2006 before undertaking his PhD in 2009 at King’s College London in Prof Clive Ballard’s group.  A major theme of Byron’s work in Prof Ballard’s group is understanding the genetic basis of neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia and the […]

New MRC funding to study genomic changes in schizophrenia brain

The Medical Research Council has funded us to continue our research into the genomic underpinnings of schizophrenia. The project will use cutting-edge methods to profile gene regulation (DNA modifications, histone modifications, gene expression, alternative splicing) in purified neuronal nuclei isolated from a unique collection of post-mortem brain samples. Given the evidence for a neurodevelopmental component […]