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Arundhati Wuppalapati


DPhil Student


I am an MB-PhD student in the Roy group investigating the developmental origins of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in Down syndrome.  My research interests lie in the molecular mechanisms of B-lymphopoiesis, how this is peturbed in Trisomy 21, and how these contributes to the onset of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.

I carried out my preclinical training here in Oxford, at Merton College, and am currently a student at New College. I will be resuming my clinical studies with Green Templeton College.