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Juliet A. Ellis

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University College London

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University College London

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London, Greater London,WC1E 6BT

United Kingdom

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The Research Department of Women's Cancer, at University College London (UCL), has an exceptionally dedicated group of academics and clinicians to conduct multidisciplinary research into women specific cancers. They strive to create clinical interventions and ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Group and Researcher

Muscular Dystrophy Campaign


Biochemist

University of Bristol


Research Facilitator

Institute of Child Health, University College, London


Affiliations

King's College London

Honorary Senior Lecturer In Biochemistry


Web References(16 Total References)


March 2011 :Events :King's College London

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Speaker: Dr Juliet Ellis, Randall Division, King's College London and Institute of Child Health, University College London


KCL: Who's who in the Department of Biochemistry

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Dr Juliet EllisE-mail: juliet.ellis@kcl.ac.ukTel: 020-7848 6498


Myotubular myopathy research questions

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Dr Juliet A. Ellis welcomes your questions about research.
Luliet Ellis Dr Juliet A. Ellis trained as a biochemist at the University of Bristol, where she developed an interest in understanding the cellular mechanisms underlying inherited diseases. However, it was her post-doctoral work at Cambridge, working with Prof Martin Bobrow of The Dept. Medical Genetics, at the university and Dr John Kendrick-Jones at Medical Research Council, Laboratory of Molecular Biology, where she was the first to identify a function of the nuclear protein emerin. This research led to her being awarded a group leader position in The Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics at King's College, London where she has expanded her work to encompass several more neuromuscular disorders and cardiomyopathies. In this role she has met affected families with a wide range of myopathic conditions and the clinicians who treat them. Recently, she has also joined Prof. Francesco Muntoni's team at The Institute of Child Health, University College, London, as a Clinical Research Study Coordinator for a range of therapeutic trials occurring across Europe on Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Please post your Research Questions here to Dr Ellis for publication on this page.


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The meeting is being hosted by Prof Francesco Muntoni and Dr Juliet Ellis (Institute of Child Health) and Chris Williams (UCLB) and sponsored by the Neuroscience, UCLB, Biomedical Research Centre, GOSH and Experimental Medicine domains.


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Parents should also visit the Frequently Asked Questions page on the Myotubular Trust website, where they can ask questions to Dr Juliet A. Ellis a trained biochemist at the University of Bristol.


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