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Biography

Dr Andoniadou established her research group at KCL in 2013. Her current research is focused on the molecular regulation of endocrine stem cell populations. Ongoing projects in the lab are exploring: (i) stem cell contribution to homeostasis and regenerative potential; (ii) the signalling mechanisms influencing cell fate decisions; (iii) factors regulating the switch between regenerative and tumourigenic potential of stem cells.

Dr Andoniadou is the recipient of a Lister Institute Research Prize and is an Academic Lead on the MRC Doctoral Training Partnership in Biomedical Sciences (https://kcl-mrcdtp.com). She is an active member of the developmental biology and endocrine communities, serving on committees of UK and international societies (British Society for Developmental Biology, Society for Endocrinology, Endocrine Society).

King's College London's Guy's Campus

24 November 2020

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