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Research Seminar: Tembi Fashina and Thuy Ngyuen

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Research Seminar: Tembi Fashina and Thuy Ngyuen

The Genomics England Research Seminar series is a season of events held to demonstrate the best research from Genomics England and our partners. They started in October 2018, and are monthly, free-to-attend talks presented by Research Network members on the latest research being performed using data from the National Genomic Research Library.

This month's seminar speakers will be:

Tembi Fashina: 'Investigating microRNA-associated variation in the Epileptic Encephalopathies'

Ifeolutembi Fashina is a PhD student at RCSI Ireland. She studies the effects of microRNA-associated variants in neurological conditions using genomic data. Generally, she is interested in research that helps us to understand human diseases better. She has also worked in the clinical trials industry. Outside of work, she enjoys fiction, music and sunshine.

Thuy Ngyuen: 'Effects of Ancestry in the 100,000 Genomes Project Cancer Pipelines'

Thuy is a bioinformatician on the Data Diversity team at Genomics England.

About the research seminars

The seminars will be held on the last Tuesday of each month at 2 to 3pm. These will be online sessions open to everyone and free to attend, we hope to have representation from across the Research Network, Discovery Forum and 100,000 Genomes Project participants as well as anyone else who would be interested in joining.

For updates on the seminars including announcements and speakers please follow the Genomics England twitter page. You can watch all previous Research Seminars on the Genomics England YouTube channel.

If you would like to present your research from the Genomics England Research Environment at one of these events please get in touch with the Research Management team at [email protected] and if you intend to publish on this research please include this so that we can publicise your paper on our Publications page.

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