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Lauryn Deaville

MBiochem (Hons), Oxford

DPhil Student, Berrens Group

  • I am interested in how non-coding elements can regulate gene expression.
  • Currently, I am researching locus-specific expression of transposable elements during early development. I am particularly interested in exploring the roles of individual elements in regulation of developmental gene expression. My project is in collaboration with the Hughes Lab at the WIMM.
  • In my Masters research project, I helped to develop sequencing-based tools to assess Xist-RNA localisation during X inactivation in the Brockdorff Lab, Department of Biochemistry.