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I obtained my BSc (Hons) Biochemistry in 2002 and an MSc Biochemistry in 2005 at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. After my training I was employed as a research assistant at Panum Institute with Prof. Sakari Kauppinen and as a result I obtained a great deal of experience in a number of techniques that are of great value, including print of LNA microarrays, hybridization of microRNA samples to LNA microarrays, scanning, analysis of the results, and real time PCR validation of microRNAs.I successfully undertook and defended my PhD at the Department of Clinical Experimental Research at the Glostrup Research Institute (Glostrup University Hospital, Denmark) in March 2011. During my PhD I undertook studies using techniques such as wire myography, real time PCR, and immunohistochemistry. After my PhD I worked on an interim project in collaboration with Prof. Flemming Pociot in the same department at Glostrup Hopsital, investigating biomarkers of diabetes type I in children, employing real time PCR techniques to observe microRNA differential expression. I am now employed at Coventry University as a Postdoctoral fellow in Dr Helen Maddock’s research team, where I am assessing the effect of chemotherapy treatment-induced cardiotoxicity in vulnerable patient groups, such as children.
Cardiac dysfunction,Drug-induced cardiotoxicity, Paediatrics
Editorial: Clinics Mother Child Health