Natalie is a postdoctoral research associate who joined the Tucker lab in 2020. She has a long-standing interest in the mechanisms behind normal and abnormal embryonic development. She obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Bath in 2015, in Biology with a professional placement year. The placement year was carried out at the University of Oxford Radcliffe Department of medicine, with a project focusing on erythroid development. During her PhD at the UCL Institute of Child Health she characterised and identified the genetic basis of a mouse model of lower urinary tract malformation, supervised by Professor Paul Winyard. In Professor Tucker’s group she is currently studying how epithelial to mesenchymal transition orchestrates the development of the middle ear.
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