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Sayeda Abu-Amero

Sayeda Abu-Amero Dr Sayeda Abu-Amero, Senior Teaching Fellow, Genetics and Genomic Medicine /UCL Genetics Institute, Institute of Child Health

Biography

Dr Sayeda Abu-Amero, Senior Teaching Fellow, Genetics and Genomic Medicine /UCL Genetics Institute, Institute of Child Health Dr Sayeda Abu-Amero holds a PhD from Imperial College where she worked on Dutch Elm Disease. She then transferred her lab skills to humans and has spent 20 years working on the genetic and epigenetic complications of pregnancy in humans, first at Imperial College and from 2006 at the Institute of Child Health( UCL). (www.ucl.ac.uk/ich) Sayeda was the manager of the Baby Bio Bank (www.ucl.ac.uk/babybiobank) (ICH, UCL) for over 5 years,-stepping down in July 2014. The biobank is an international resource open to researchers to apply and use biological and clnShe is currently a part time lecturer at UCL teaching Core Skills to undergraduate and postgraduate students. (www.ucl.ac.uk/ugi)She is also a part time manager at Hiba Express, an independent restaurant in Holborn. (www.hiba-express.co.ukOne of her published article includes

"The Baby Bio Bank-A Legacy for Researchers Worldwide into Common Complications of Pregnancy".

Research Interest

Genetics and Genomic Medicine,Child health care.

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