Emma graduated with a BSc in Biological Sciences from the University of Exeter after studying an Access to Higher Education Diploma in Brighton. During her degree she discovered a passion for bioinformatics and statistical modelling, and a fascination for how these can be combined with genomic data to tackle cutting edge questions in science. She has a […]
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Helena Jones is a third year BSc Medical Sciences (Genomics) student at the University of Exeter. She is now currently on her Professional Training Year, where she will be assisting with Dr. Emma Dempster’s research. Her project is titled “Epigenomic pathways linking obesity, mood and clinical depression”.
4th April 2018
A.Migdalska-Richards@exeter.ac.uk Anna graduated with a BSc in Molecular Biology from the University of Warsaw, before carrying out an MSc project aimed at studying the molecular basis of male intellectual disability at the National Research Institute of Mother and Child in Warsaw. As part of her master’s degree she spent a year abroad, first as a […]
19 January 2018
University of Exeter Medical School News
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, […]
Marta is a recipient of QUEX PhD scholarship first edition – a joint PhD programme between the University of Queensland and the University of Exeter. She holds a BSc in Molecular Biology and Genetics, from the University of Lisbon and a joint European MSc in Neuroscience (Neurasmus), from the Vrije University Amsterdam, Université de Bordeaux […]
21st November 2017
University of Exeter News
15th November 2017
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