I am the scientific group leader for molecular haematology research at Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia, UK. I completed my bachelors degree at the University of Sunderland and my PhD at the University of Cambridge with a focus on immunology. I undertook post-doctoral training at the University of Cambridge and the University of East Anglia before setting up my own group in 2013.
PhD student - Norwich research park
I graduated from Aston University with a degree in biological sciences. My PhD is a joint studentship between the Norwich Medical School and the Earlham institute. My research focuses on understanding the metabolic changes in the haematopoietic stem cell compartment during infection.
PhD student - Wellcome Trust
I graduated from Bristol Medical School in 2013 and started work at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital as a Haematology Trainee in 2017. I first joined the Rushworth lab as an Academic Clinical Fellow and started my Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellowship in 2019. My research focus is ageing in the bone marrow microenvironment in the context of infection.
Postdoc Fellow - Wellcome Trust
I am a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow at the Earlham Institute and the Norwich Medical School. I completed my MSc at the Jagiellonian University followed by my PhD at the University Medical Centre, Groningen as a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher. My first Postdoctoral position was in Jacobsen lab at Karolinska Institutet. I am now working on developing new methodologies to study lineage tracing in normal and stressed haematopoiesis.
I studied medicine at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals Medical School, London. I trained as a junior doctor in London, Kent and South Africa before specialist training in haematology in Cambridge and Norwich. I undertook my PhD at the University of Cambridge, studying haematopoietic stem cell self renewal. I have been a Consultant Haematologist at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital since 2006 and Professor of Haematology at Norwich Medical School since 2013.
PhD Student - Rosetrees Trust
I graduated in Bioscience at the University of Suffolk, after which I studied Cancer Biology at the University of Essex. My research is looking at the interactions between acute myeloid leukaemia and the bone marrow microenvironment, specifically I am interested in the the bone marrow macrophages and how they interact with this disease.
PhD student - Big C
I graduated from Aston University with a degree in cell and molecular biology. I am a PhD student investigating the role of mitochondrial damage associated molecular patterns (DAMPs) in the bone marrow microenvironment in multiple myeloma. I hope to shed light on how these mitochondrial DAMPs are associated with the inflammatory microenvironment that is involved in multiple myeloma disease progression.