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Sir Henry Wellcome Fellow, Centre of Immunobiology, Queen Mary University of London

Hamish is currently a Sir Henry Wellcome Fellow working in the Centre of Immunobiology at the Blizard Institute, London, where he is studying the transcriptional and regulatory networks that determine B cell identity and function in the human immune system. His PhD training focused on understanding the regulation of gene expression by sequence-specific transcription factors and other chromatin-based mechanisms. He is now applying his expertise in this area to elucidate the gene regulatory mechanisms that shape human B cell fate decisions using a combination of single-cell and functional genomic approaches.


  • 2017 
    University of Oxford, DPhil (Chromosomal and Developmental Biology)
  • 2011 
    Flinders University of South Australia, Bachelor of Science (Hons)
  • 2010 
    Flinders University of South Australia , Bachelor of Science