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I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Lothian Birth Cohorts group. I have a background in primary care in the NHS and history of collaboration with clinicians and researchers over multiple research projects and population cohorts. My research focus is in using multiple layers of ‘omics’ data to understand how dysregulated immune dynamics relate to brain health outcomes. I am particularly interested in the application of AI in genomics to address why some people age faster than others, the relevance of chronic inflammation in brain ageing, and how lifestyle interacts with the epigenome to shape health trajectories.

Education/Academic qualification

Translational Neuroscience, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Epigenetic signatures of chronic inflammation and their relation to brain structure and function across the lifecourse, University of Edinburgh

10 Sept 201828 Jun 2023

Award Date: 8 Aug 2023

Neuroscience, Master of Research, Postnatal development of the mouse barrel cortex, University of Bristol

18 Sept 20175 Aug 2019

Award Date: 1 Oct 2019

Neuroscience, Bachelor of Science, University of Bristol

10 Sept 201423 Jun 2017

Award Date: 23 Jun 2017


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