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Ralitsa Madsen

Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh
  • University of Edinburgh
  • Community
  • United Kingdom

About Ralitsa Madsen

I obtained my PhD in Medical Science from the University of Cambridge in November 2018 and am currently working as a research fellow at University of Edinburgh. My work is focussed on understanding the mechanisms underlying human diseases of hyperactivated class IA PI3K signalling. My areas of expertise are: signal transduction, cell biology, CRISPR/Cas9, human pluripotent stem cells and high-throughput assays (e.g. RNAseq, proteomics) along with the accompanying computational analyses. Aside from experimental science, I am involved in promoting open research and scientific reproducibility through voluntary event organising and membership in open science networks.

Research Interest

Cell Signalling Developmental Biology Metabolism Regulation of Gene Expression Signal Transduction Stem Cells

FEBS Constituent Society

UK (Biochemical Society)

Other Expertise/Interests

Scientific communication

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