MRes Biomedical Research, University of Birmingham, 2011
BSc Biochemistry with Intercalated Year, University of Warwick, 2010
Sarah graduated from The University of Warwick with Biochemistry, which included an intercalated year at The National Institute of Biological Standards and Control. Since, she has been funded by the Wellcome Trust to study an MRes and PhD at The University of Birmingham. Her PhD research focuses on the roles of atypical chemokine receptors in different stages of B cell differentiation.
A member of the research groups of Dr. Kai Toellner and Prof. Antal Rot
When not in the lab, Sarah can be found at Grimsby Town FC matches, musicals, or on a train heading all different kinds of places.
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