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Natasha research focuses on understanding the structural properties and interactions of biological molecules in solution. She also likes art and travelling.
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Shona is a human geographer interested in state-making and development in Myanmar’s southeastern borderlands. She enjoys working with non-profits, cooking, and doing ballet and contemporary dance.
Jae is studying the risk factors for cardiovascular multimorbidity in UK women. In her spare time, she likes to swim, take photographs, and attend fascinating talks and events in Oxford.
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Charlotte is studying criminal networks involved in irregular migration from West Africa to Europe. When she is not working on her thesis, she enjoys running and discovering new cuisines on her travels: such as stew in Nigeria, pho in Vietnam, and diner food during a US road trip.
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Amy is studying the genes involved in the evolution of early mammalian embryos, and how mammalian species are different from each other. In my spare time I enjoy walking and exploring Oxford’s pub/restaurant scene!
Jessica’s research focuses on analysing the genomes of infectious diseases to understand how and when pathogens evolve traits such as antibiotic resistance. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys travelling and gardening.
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Hannah is researching into genetic approaches for studying gastrointestinal helminths in archaeological contexts. In her free time Hannah enjoys all types of dancing and partakes in amateur dramatics.
Inga enjoys her travelling postdoc life, which brought her from the UK to the US, the Netherlands and back to her home country Austria. She is usually found studying autoimmune diseases of the neuromuscular junction by day, and singing in choirs or playing the viola in orchestras by night.
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Maria spends her day at the lab bench investigating host-pathogen interactions and listening to podcasts, and moonlights as a rock climber and Daily Info reviewer.
Linda is working on new treatments to target genome instability in cancer. She dedicates the majority of her spare time to rowing and enjoys al fresco dining in the summer months.