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I obtained my PhD under the supervision of Professor Timothy Arnett at University College London, investigating the effects of hypoxia on bone cells, including osteoclasts and osteoblasts. I have held post-doctoral positions at University College London, the University of Surrey, and the University of Western Australia studying the cell biology of bone marrow, bone cells and underlying physiological and genetic regulators of bone cell activity and function. My current research interests focus on identification of novel genetic regulators of bone cell function utilising mouse models.


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