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Research groups

Quyen Do

Postgraduate Student

I am a DPhil student in the Wade-Martins’ lab investigating pathophysiology of Parkinson’s Disease. My work focuses on establishing advanced models of Parkinson’s Disease from induced pluripotent stem cells and subsequently combine with  molecular and electrophysiological approaches to investigate neuronal disturbances and physiological mechanisms  underlying this debilitating disease.  

Prior to Oxford, I read Biomedical Sciences with specialisation in Neuroscience and Mental Health at Imperial College London.