Department: Human genetics, Cellular genetics, Wellcome Sanger Institute
Keywords: Single-cell genomics, human genetics
My research work is concerned with the development of integrative statistical models to link DNA variants to single cell expression profiles, to uncover molecular mechanisms that might help unravelling the genotype-phenotype map.
I am a neuroscientist with a passion for stroke and translational research. In particular, I am interested in elucidating the mechanisms underlying secondary injury following stroke to enable the development of targeted treatments.
I am a neuroscientist at the University of Cambridge. I am interested in how different brain regions work together to achieve complex behaviours and how local neurochemistry underpins this interaction.
Keywords: Cyber-physical systems, data science, autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, interoperability
I am a computer scientist with a PhD in mechatronics and I do research on human-centred and sustainable cyber-physical systems, which can give you an idea about how much I love to talk about the future and emerging technologies.
Department: Department of Medical Genetics and Department of PHPC
Keywords: Epidemiology of chronic disease, genetic susceptibility, environmental factors
I have worked for several years in chronic noncommunicable disease epidemiology, and I am particularly interested in understanding the impact of genetic susceptibility and environmental factors on chronic disease, as well as to examine their interplay.
Keywords: Pre-clinical studies, drug development, bioassay development, in vitro pharmacology
I have been at the forefront of research participating in a broad range of global initiatives within bioassay development, cancer research, environmental biology and bacterial quorum sensing, genetics and the Next Generation Sequencing (NGS).
Keywords: Microbiology, genomics, mobile genetic elements, plasmids, antibiotic resistance
I am especially interested in elements that are involved in the spread of antimicrobial resistance genes. These include transposons that are able to move within a cell and plasmids that are able to transfer between different bacterial cells.
Department: Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Keywords: Clustering, active learning, image analysis
My research interests mainly lie in the field of unsupervised learning. Generally speaking, it is about learning from and modelling on data that do not have any labelling information. Within the field, I am particularly interested in clustering and active learning.
Department:Department of Applied Maths and Theoretical Physics
Keywords: Cosmology, general relativity, numerical relativity, simulations
I’m a cosmologist and a general relativist and I study the evolution of the entire Universe. I do computer simulations of how the large-scale structure of clusters of galaxies has evolved over billions of years.
Department: Faculty of Classics and the Fitzwilliam Museum
Keywords:archaeology, mobility, Mediterranean
I am an archaeologist interested in how people moved in the past. My research investigates the connections between different forms of mobility, cultural exchange, and identity formation in the eastern Mediterranean.
Department: Department of Archaeology, Darwin College
Keywords: Bioarchaeology, funerary ritual, prehistoric Europe
I am a bioarchaeologist specialising in the European Neolithic, Copper Age and Bronze Age. I study the remains of people who lived between c. 9000-3000 years ago to tell the stories of their lives and deaths.
Keywords: People and Nature, Conservation, Sustainable Livelihoods, Mangroves, Restoration
I am a marine conservation scientist, working at the Conservation Science Group in the Department of Zoology. I am broadly interested in biodiversity conservation, sustainable livelihoods, human-nature connections, ecosystem restoration,
Bacterial infections are at risk of becoming complicated or untreatable as a result of increasing antimicrobial resistance. My research interests are focused on understanding bacterial transmission dynamics and broader epidemiological trends
Keywords: genetic epidemiology, cancer genetics, statistics
I am a Post-Doc in Doug Easton’s group at the Centre for Cancer Genetic Epidemiology within the University of Cambridge. Our group’s focus is evaluating how genetic variation contributes to the risk of female breast cancer.
Department:Department of Public Health and Primary Care
Keywords: Biostatistics, data analysis, routine data, social sciences, primary care
I’m a statistician and I’m working as a research associate in Primary Care Unit of the University of Cambridge. I have studied applied mathematics and I hold a PhD in applied statistics in social sciences.
Keywords: immuno-oncology, dendritic cells, immunity in cancer, cancer microenvironment
Cancer cells can be detected and eliminated by our immune system, but this function is commonly disrupted in tumours. I am interested in understanding this disfunction and how we can help our immune system fight cancer.
Keywords: neuroscience, connectomics, brain mapping, fruit flies, olfaction
I am a Senior Research Associate and Project Lead for the Drosophila Connectomics group in the Department of Zoology. I am interested in how animal behaviour is encoded in circuits, with a particular focus on olfaction,
My doctoral research in environmental education arose out of many years as an environmental, entrepreneur, activist, author and educator, primarily based in South Africa where I have lived for 24 years. Continue reading “Mary Murphy”
Keywords: Supply chain, behavioural science, human behaviour, management, experimental research
I am a management scholar, interested in understanding the role of human behaviour in managing complex supply chains. I hold a Research Fellow position at Cambridge Judge Business School and Hinkley Point C Supply Chain Innovation Lab
Keywords: ancient DNA, palaeoecology, population biology
I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Evolutionary Ecology Group, in the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge. I am an evolutionary biologist trying to understand the process that shaped the populations
Department: Division of Virology, Department of Pathology
Keywords: human norovirus, organoids, gastroenteritis, Filipino, woman, public health
I am a woman, a proud Filipino and, I love Public Health. I am a keen scientist who is passionate at understanding the molecular mechanisms of “why” and “how” virus evades the host and replicate productively. Continue reading “Myra Hosmillo”
Keywords: developmental neuroscience, global health, poverty, infancy
I am lead investigator on the inter-disciplinary Brain Imaging for Global Health (BRIGHT) Project. My research focuses on the investigation of core early cognitive and neural mechanisms in infancy by pioneering the use of functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS).
My main research interest is to assess how we can sustain ecosystem function and biological diversity in a rapidly changing world. I investigate responses of natural populations to different levels of environmental change i) natural, ii) anthropogenic and iii) social, across several invertebrate study systems (primarily molluscs and insects).
My work focuses on conservation and development in Galapagos. I work on a range of projects including considering post-Covid economic recovery options in the archipelago, aiding the aim of the local government
Position: Senior Teaching Associate in Planning, Growth and Urban Regeneration
Keywords:planning, urban regeneration, local economic development, cities
I am a Senior teaching associate in Planning, growth and urban regeneration to the department of Land Economy. My research focuses on ways to reconcile planning practices and local economic development for more inclusive and resilient regeneration strategies.
My research focus on functional genomics to understand function of human genes in large scale. For this purpose, I silence all the genes in human induced pluripotent cells (hIPSC) by CRISPR-inhibition technique,
Department:Faculty of Music and Peterhouse College
Keywords:Gender, Minorities, Nationalism, Maghreb
My research focuses on the simultaneous use and silencing of Jewish voices within narratives of diversity and identity construction in Morocco and Spain during the last century. Continue reading “Vanessa Paloma Elbaz”