Supervisor - Professor Robin Franklin
Paranodal Demyelination in Chronic Spinal Cord Compression
Graduated from the University of Bristol in 2007 with BSc (hons) in Zoology and BVSc (hons) in Veterinary Science. Completed a mixed-species veterinary internship at the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital (QVSH), University of Cambridge. Awarded the first Wellcome Trust six-year Integrated Training Fellowship for Veterinarians in 2008. Undertook the first part of this programme, a residency in veterinary neurology, at the QVSH and achieved the Diploma of the European College of Veterinary Neurology in September 2011. The second phase of the Fellowship, a Ph.D in neuroscience, began in January 2012 at the Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge. The project is supervised by Professor Robin Franklin.
Subject groups/Research projects
The principle aim of the current research is to determine the pathogenesis of spinal cord dysfunction that results from mechanical compression of prolonged duration.
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