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Fiona Hartley

DPhil Student

Research Summary

Hypoxia is an important feature of the tumour microenvironment which is associated with poor clinical outcomes. My DPhil project focuses on identifying adaptations in both the coding and non-coding transcriptome which are necessary for survival under long-term hypoxia .


I graduated from the University of Leeds in 2016 with a B.Sc. in Biological Sciences (Industrial). During my undergraduate, I spent a year working in pre-clinical toxicology at GlaxoSmithKline.  I completed my M.Sc. by Research at the University of Oxford in 2018.