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Research groups

Sarah Cook

BSc (Hons), MRes

Postgraduate Research Assistant

My undergraduate degree was in Biomedical Sciences with Oxford Brookes University, focusing on pathophysiology in late stage heart failure patients. Following this, I completed a MRes with the University of Sheffield in Translation Oncology. The main focus of this was the characterisation of a novel small molecule targeting intermediate filaments in cells with had undergone epithelial to mesenchymal transition.

Currently I am working as a research assistant within the Douglas group, Cardiovascular Medicine Department. I mainly work with primary endothelial cells as models to evaluate the roles of novel genes involved in mediating coronary artery disease.