Research Assistant and PhD candidate
Eléo completed her Bachelor of Science at McGill University (Montreal, Canada), in Anatomy and Cell Biology. After her first year, she developed an interest in biomedical research working in various labs in cancer research in Canada and the United States. After working for a biopharmaceutical company as an intern, she started her MPhil in Clinical Science (Experimental Medicine) at the University of Cambridge. Eléo commenced her PhD in Dr Charlotte Summers’ laboratory in 2017, and is investigating the functional consequences of neutrophil nuclear hypersegmentation.
- Establishing robust models of neutrophil hypersegmentation
- Understanding the functional consequences of neutrophil hypersegmentation