WC1E 6BT London, UK
I’m a Research Fellow at Genetics Institute and Department of Genetics, Evolution & Environment, University College London. I study tumour mass dormancy and G0 arrest in the context of cancer evolution using bulk and single-cell RNA sequencing datasets.
Using cutting-edge bioinformatics tools, I also interrogate cellular interactome and their putative implications in cancer evolution. Together, I aim to integrate transcriptomics data with the spatial architecture of tumours.
Ethos of transparency, research integrity and keen collaboration in early career research.
- The unfolded protein response reverses the effects of glucose on lifespan in chemically-sterilized C. elegans2022
- Endoplasmic reticulum stress and lipids in health and diseases2023
- Neuronal IRE-1 coordinates an organism-wide cold stress response by regulating fat metabolism2022
- Directionalities of magnetic fields and topographic scaffolds synergise to enhance MSC chondrogenesis2021