Shaliny Ramachandran, Postdoctoral Researcher
Shaliny’s research focus is on the mechanisms contributing to the transcriptional response and replication stress observed in radiobiological hypoxia.
Shaliny completed an Honours Bachelor of Science, specializing in Biochemistry, at the University of Toronto, Canada. She then pursued a PhD at the University of Toronto, Canada, in the Department of Immunology, under the supervision of Dr Alberto Martin. Shaliny’s doctoral thesis focused on the ATM-dependent DNA damage response involved in the process of class switch recombination in B cells. She successfully completed her PhD in 2013. In July 2014, Shaliny joined the research group of Prof Ester Hammond at the CRUK-MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology, as a Postdoctoral researcher. Her current research is focused on the mechanisms contributing to the transcriptional response and replication stress-mediated DNA damage response observed in radiobiological hypoxia.