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The Science of Skin: Live Q&A with Dr Xinyi Du

13 May Stem cells @ lunch 780 x 450 Part of Stem Cells @ Lunch

Do you ever wonder what it's like to be a scientist? Curious as to how they got to where they are and why? Want to know how they tackle research questions in the lab?

If so, the Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine invites you to join us on our Instagram Stories to virtually meet our researchers & ask them your burning questions!

All you need to do is log in, watch our stories on @KCLStemCells, and submit your questions - We'll respond to as many as we can in the time slot, so get in there quick!

For our very first live Instagram Story Q&A, Dr Xinyi Du will be ready and waiting to answer your questions!

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Xinyi Du, known as Beibei, is a doctoral training fellow split between the CSCRM and the Francis Crick Institute. Beibei studied pre-clinical and clinical medicine at the University of Cambridge, and subsequently went on to complete Foundation and Core Medical Training in London.

After obtaining a training post based at St John’s Institute of Dermatology (Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust), her clinical experiences in dermatology led to a desire to incorporate translational research into clinical practise.

Her PhD project combines skin biology and single-cell transcriptomics to understand structures in the skin related to acneiform conditions.


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