Yaseen is a third year BSc Medical Sciences (Pharmacology and Therapeutics) student at the University of Exeter. He started his Professional Training Year (PTY) with the Complex Disease Epigenetics Group under the supervision of Asami Oguro-Ando. His project involves “Investigating the biological pathways of JAKMIP1 using Integrative network analysis associated with 15q duplication syndrome”.
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Ailsa completed her Masters degree in Biomedical Science in 2018 with research focused on comparing epitope regions of islet autoantigens recognized by antibodies in the sera of Type 1 diabetes patients and HLA-DR4/DQ8 transgenic mice. After her degree, she took on the role of a research technician with the Diabetes and Metabolism group at the […]
Tom is a PhD student based at the University of Exeter, supervised by Dr Sarah Flanagan and Dr Emma Dempster. He graduated from the University of Exeter in the summer of 2019 with a BSc in Medical Sciences (Human Genomics). During his undergraduate degree, he completed a summer placement within the epigenetics lab at the […]
Marcelo is an Austrian third year BSc Medical Sciences (Genomics) student at the University of Exeter. He is currently completing a Professional Training Year (PTY), and will work half the year in Tokyo’s National Cancer Centre with Dr Ryoichi Sadahiro. The second half of the year will be spent working with Exeter’s Complex Disease Epigenetics […]
As part of his BSc in Biological Sciences at Bournemouth University, Lachlan conducted research into the genetic factors of type II diabetes, using Drosophila nephrocytes as a model for the human podocyte. In 2018 Lachlan completed an MSc degree in Biotechnology at the University of Essex after researching the relationships between smoking, age-related methylation and […]
Aisha completed her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Birmingham. She focused on cell communication, with her research project specialising in understanding the genetic and protein changes in loss of Y chromosome in head and neck cancer. Staying on at Birmingham, she took a Msc in Bioinformatics where she analysed different datasets […]
Betsan is a third year BSc Medical Sciences (Genomics) student at the University of Exeter. She has recently started her Professional Training Year (PTY) where she will spend 5 months with the Complex Disease Epigenetics Group under the supervision of Professor Jonathan Mill. The second half of her PTY will be spent in Tokyo at […]
Grant graduated with a First Class Honours in an Msci in Biology from the University Of Southampton. For his Masters project he was involved in a study aiming to build an accurate polygenic risk score for age related macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in the developed world. During this project he developed an […]
Gina completed a degree in Natural Sciences, specialising in Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, at the University of Cambridge. Following this she spent a few years working in clinical research including working for a company specialising in pharmacovigilance monitoring and then assisting in the management of a large multinational Haematology trial. She then undertook an MPhil in […]
Josh completed his BSc Biochemistry (Hons) at the University of Kent in 2016 and following graduation was employed as a Molecular Pathologist at Eli Lilly and Co. in Surrey. His role at Lilly involved histological analysis of pathological processes in neurodegenerative diseases. He is particularly interested in neurobiology, genetics and neurodegenerative disease, specifically synucleinopathies. […]