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Structural Biology

Kelly Parker

Research Assistant

Kelly studied at the University of York, graduating with an MBiol in 2020. She spent her Masters’ year researching embryonic expression of key developmental genes in extremophile fish. After completing her degree, she joined the Rosalind Franklin Institute in 2021 as a Laboratory Technical Assistant, working to support multiple groups across the Structural Biology Theme. She has since moved to the role of Research Assistant, currently working in Prof. Ray Owens’ Group as part of the Nanobody Discovery Team.

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