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Matthew Gosden

DPhil Student

I currently work in the Hughes group on a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award grant looking to find SNPs that disrupt gene regulation and cause disease.

I work with a range of techniques, many of which utilise Next Generation Sequencing, to characterise the genetic landscape of cells. One such method is Capture C, a technique developed in the Hughes lab that takes a standard 3C library and pulls down a specified region of interest to gain a one vs all snapshot of that region.

On top of research, I am also involved in training collaborators and students in these techniques. As well as practical work I enjoy taking a proactive role in public engagement events.