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Work Experience

Postdoctoral Research Scientist Cardiac Regeneration

University of Oxford

August 2018 - Present

Postdoctoral Research Scientist - Cardiac Regeneration

University of Oxford

August 2018 - Present

Postdotoral Research Scientist Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

University of Oxford

March 2016 - July 2018

Postdoctoral research scientist - Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

University of Oxford

February 2016 - July 2018

Senior Physiology Demonstrator, Bachelor Science/Bachelor Biomedical Science

The University of Melbourne

January 2013 - December 2015

Physiology Lecturer, Bachelor of Oral Health

The University of Melbourne

January 2015 - July 2015

Education

Doctorate of Philosophy

The University of Melbourne

March 2012 - February 2016

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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
(2018). Micro-utrophin Improves Cardiac and Skeletal Muscle Function of Severely Affected D2/mdx Mice. Molecular Therapy - Methods & Clinical Development.
(2017). Utrophin influences mitochondrial pathology and oxidative stress in dystrophic muscle. Skeletal Muscle.
(2016). BGP-15 improves aspects of the dystrophic pathology in mdx and dko mice with differing efficacies in heart and skeletal muscle. American Journal of Pathology.
(2015). Citrulline Does Not Prevent Skeletal Muscle Wasting or Weakness in Limb-Casted Mice.