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Adam E. Hall
Adam E. Hall studied Biological Sciences at the University of Birmingham and later went on to specialise in Molecular Genetics at the University of Leicester for his master’s degree. He then moved to Norwich for his PhD to work on small non-coding RNAs. Specifically, he has been investigating microRNAs and Y RNAs in animal cells.
Carly Turnbull studied for a BSc in Genetics at the University of Leicester before working for the NHS West Midlands Regional Genetics Service. Prior to her PhD, she undertook research assistant positions at the MRC/CSC Genomics Laboratory in London and at the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine in Oxford. She is now in her fourth year of a PhD focusing on the cleavage of human Y RNAs.
Tamas Dalmay graduated in Budapest and obtained his PhD from the Hungarian Academy of Science. He moved to The Sainsbury Laboratory in 1995 where he worked on the genetics of gene silencing in plants with Prof. David Baulcombe. He established his group in 2002 at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. His group focuses on the biology of small regulatory RNAs in plants and animals.
Published Online: 2013-01-16
Published in Print: 2013-04-01