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Research groups

Charlotte Rich-Griffin

Single Cell Genomics Computational Biologist

Charlotte joined the Dendrou group in the WHG in March 2020. She is a computational biologist who specialises in the analysis of single cell experiments. Her post is funded as part of the Human Immune Discovery Initiative  

Her work with the Dendrou group involves using single cell experiments to understand how immune cell composition and function can be resolved at the single-cell level in primary human tissues to help inform therapeutic strategies.

Previously, Charlotte worked at the WIMM researching cancer-specific T cells with Tao Dong and Hashem Koohy. Her work focused on integrating TCR repertoire information with gene expression in order to identify cancer specific subsets of T cells.

Prior to that, Charlotte achieved her PhD from the University of Warwick. Unlike her current research into human immunity, her PhD research focussed on plant immunity. Her thesis "Cell-type specific transcriptomics of immunity in Arabidopsis thaliana roots" was supervised by Professor Patrick Shafer and Dr Sascha Ott.