Previous Group Members:

Alison profile

Alison Howarth, Nuffield Department of Medicine, Target Discovery Institute

Research Assistant, NDMRB

Alison joined the TDI in April 2011. Previously, Alison spent 4 years in Industry as part of the Primary Pharmacology Group at Pfizer. Alison brings a great deal of experience with liquid handling robotics and high throughput plate based screening. Alison left the TDI in January 2016 to persue her PhD at the university of Portsmouth.

 

Alesaandro Ceroni

Dr. Alessandro Ceroni, Nuffield Department of Medicine, Target Discovery Institute

Post Doc Researcher, NDMRB

Alessandro joined the TDI in April 2013, he gained his PhD at the University of Edinburgh before joining the TDI. While at the TDI his research was focused on   CRISPR and SiRNA. Alessandro left the TDI in October 2015.

 

 

Poornima profile

Poornima Roy, Nuffield Department of Medicine, Target Discovery Institute

Research Assistant

Poornima joined the TDI in 2015, where she was involved in devloping and optimising CRIPSR array. Poornima left the TDI in May 2016.

 

 

 

 

Andrea Keyte

Andrea Keyte, Nuffield Department of Medicine, Target Discovery Institute

Buildings Laboratory Manager, NDMRB

NDMRB

Office number: 01865 612927

 

andrea.keepence-keyte@ndm.ox.ac.uk

Andrea joined the TDI in Febuary 2013. Andrea previously worked as a senior analyst, specialising in the determination of mycotoxins using HPLC, at Campden BRI for over eleven years. Andrea has a wide range of laboratory experience, auditing, QC and working to industrial standards.  Andrea left in 2016 and is now a NDM Rresearch Building laboratory manager.

 

 

Jackie profile

Jacqueline Robbins, Nuffield Department of Medicine, Target Discovery Institute

PhD Student

NDMRB

Office number: 01865 612938

HTS Laboratory: 01865 612925

jacqueline.robbins@psych.ox.ac.uk

Jacqueline joined the TDI in June 2015. Jacqueline is a PhD student studying the molecular and cellular mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease in human iPSC-derived neurons using high throughput imaging assays. Jacqueline completed her PhD in 2016, and now works at the Department of Psychiatry, Medical Scence Division.