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Research groups

Ash Hutchison

Research Assistant

I joined the DIL as a research technician in summer 2017 and am currently working with Tony Cutler on identifying causal variants from a data set of SNPs which are correlated with changes in type 1 diabetes susceptibility.

I have a degree in biological sciences from Oxford University, in which I had a particular focus on human genetics and genomics including computational genomics. After this I worked as a technician and biobanker at the Oxford Radcliffe Biobank, a research tissue bank associated with Oxford University hospitals, before joining the DIL. 

In my free time I enjoy exploring Oxford by kayak and playing D&D.

Pronouns: he/him