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Natalie Grima was awarded a Bachelor of Science (Advanced) majoring in Biochemistry and Immunology from The University of Sydney in 2016. She completed her Honours year with the Children's Cancer Research Unit at Westmead Kids Research Institute where she examined how inherited genetic variants may cause cancer predisposition in children. Natalie joined the Macquarie University Centre for Motor Neuron Disease Research in 2018, working as a Research Assistant for The Genetics and Genomics Team led by Prof Ian Blair. In 2021, Natalie commenced her PhD studies with the Genomics and Bioinformatics Team and Genetics and Genomics Team.

Natalie's research is focused on identifying novel genomic and transcriptomic features of sporadic motor neuron disease (MND) using extensive and unique patient cohorts. Natalie is particularly interested in the role of alternative splicing and short tandem repeat expansions in MND pathogenesis. 

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Applied Medical Science, BSc (Adv) (Honours I), University of Sydney


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