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Human Clinical Embryology and Assisted Conception MSc

Jamie Rickman

Jamie Rickman is a Volunteer Writer at BioNews, having originally joined the publication under the auspices of its writing scheme. She is currently studying for a PhD in Biophysics at the Francis Crick Institute, where her research focuses on mathematical and computational modelling of the microtubule cytoskeleton. Previously, she studied Physics at Imperial College London, and went on to obtain an MRes in Modelling Biological Complexity from University College London's Centre for Computation, Mathematics and Physics in the Life Sciences and Experimental Biology.

 


BioNews Review articles written by Jamie Rickman:

Event Review: The future of female fertility? Egg freezing and social change

03 April 2017 - by Jamie Rickman

Can egg freezing be considered a feminist technology? Should we really be addressing the failures of a social fabric that requires women to preserve their fertility at all? This event was an exciting opening to an urgently needed discussion and is the first in a series of 'fertile conversations' that should be eagerly anticipated... [Read More]

Event Review: End to End - Telomeres and Ageing

25 November 2013 - by Jamie Rickman

The 2013 Schrödinger Lecture at Imperial College London was delivered by Dr Elizabeth Blackburn, an Australian-American biologist based in California... [Read More]


BioNews News articles written by Jamie Rickman:

FDA approves home genetic tests for 10 diseases

10 April 2017 - by Jamie Rickman

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved the first genetic test to estimate an individual's risk of disease that can be sold directly to consumers... [Read More]

Complete synthetic yeast organism almost a reality

13 March 2017 - by Jamie Rickman

An international team has rewritten the genetic code of five chromosomes in yeast – one third of the organism's entire genome... [Read More]

Autism linked to cognitive genes

06 March 2017 - by Jamie Rickman

Researchers have discovered that genetic variants associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) also correlate with higher intelligence... [Read More]

Stem cell treatment halts multiple sclerosis for five years

27 February 2017 - by Jamie Rickman

A study has demonstrated that a new, one-off stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis can 'freeze' progression of the disease for five years in some patients... [Read More]

New genetic links to pancreatic cancer discovered

20 February 2017 - by Jamie Rickman

Researchers have used whole-genome sequencing to uncover new mutations responsible for a rare type of pancreatic cancer... [Read More]

Deaf mice able to hear 'whispers' after gene therapy

13 February 2017 - by Jamie Rickman

An improved gene-therapy technique using a synthetic virus has restored the hearing of deaf mice up to the level of a whisper... [Read More]

83 rare genes influence height, says GIANT

06 February 2017 - by Jamie Rickman

A large international study has uncovered 83 rare genetic variants that can significantly affect a person's height... [Read More]


 

 

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