Personal profile


Current position: Senior Research Associate
Current Pi: Prof. Immler
Immler lab website:
My current research projects aim to help us better understand how the mobile and non-coding genomes are impacted by changing environments. I have a keen interest in evolutionary and developmental biology. I have used chick, mouse, zebrafish and frog model organisms as well as cellular systems to answer my research questions. I am using genomics and transcriptomics approaches along with CRISPR-Cas9 to reveal functions of sRNAs and mobile genetic elements in reproductive fitness.

2017- 2021 PhD in Biomolecular Science- University of East Anglia, Research Project: Investigating the role of miRNAs in Neural Crest , Prof. Wheeler lab.
2015-2016 MSc Molecular Medicine- University of Essex
2012-2015 BSc (Hons) Bioscience- University Campus Suffolk

Previous Academic Research Experience: 
2016- 2017 Research Assistant, Münsterberg lab, UEA


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