A PhD student in CHeBA’s Genetics & Epigenomics Group, Mary Revelas is researching the genetics of exceptional longevity to better understand successful ageing.
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Understanding genetics of ageing and age-related disorders are Research Officer Chandana Kanchibhotla’s main research interests.
Toyin Abdulsalam is a meticulous, results driven researcher with a diverse background.
Dr Karen Mather’s multi-disciplinary research approach to understanding human ageing is dependent upon collaborating not only with CHeBA staff, but also national and intern
Dr Sumangali Gobhidharan originally studied Zoology before moving into Neuroscience and the field of healthy ageing research.
CHeBA’s Genetics & Epigenomics Group is primarily concerned with identifying factors defining healthy cognitive function, as well as physical and mental wellbeing.
A PhD Candidate at CHeBA, Heidi Foo has taken a holistic approach to investigating determinants of healthy brain ageing by investigating the effect of genetic and environme
Dr Adith Mohan’s transition from clinician to clinician-researcher stems from his interest in applying the principles of neuroscience to his clinical practice as a neuropsy