I am a Research Assistant working in the Macaulay group at the Earlham Institute, which focuses on technical development and application of new approaches for integrated sequencing of single cells. I work on developing low-input RNA sequencing methods.
Prior to this role, I completed an Integrated Master's degree (MSci) in Biochemistry at the University of East Anglia. My final year project in the School of Biological Sciences focused on the genetic regulatory networks involved in early developmental hematopoiesis, using chick as a model organism. I am excited to be part of the excellent research being produced across the Norwich Research Park.