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After completing an Undergraduate Masters in Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Bath, England, Nicolle started her career as a transgenic technician at the Francis Crick Institute, London. There, she spent over three years contributing to all aspects of the Genetic Manipulation Service including microinjection, germplasm and embryo cryopreservation and surgical techniques. Her specialism was mouse and human stem cell culture and manipulation. She is currently a member of the International Society for Transgenic Technologies (ISTT). Nicolle joined the Transgenic Animal Unit (within the Dementia Research Unit) at the University of New South Wales in August 2017. She primarily worked in design and execution of strategies for generation of mouse models of disease. In August 2018, she subsequently joined the Genetic Manipulation team as part of the Dementia Research Centre at Macquarie University, to further contribute to technology development in field of transgenics. In 2020, Nicolle recommenced academic study and completed MRes (year 2) and subsequently enrolled in the PhD program (2021) with the Dementia Research Centre. She is currently studying the mechanisms involved in epilepsy disorders in mouse and human models of disease.

Research interests

Nicolle's area of expertise is in epilepsy disorders with a particular interest in:

  • Genetic and non-genetic mouse models of epilepsy
  • 3-dimensional human in vitro models of genetic epilepsies  

Education/Academic qualification

Biomedical Sciences, Master of Research, Macquarie University

1 Jan 202031 Dec 2020

Award Date: 18 Feb 2021

Biology and Biochemistry, Masters, University of Bath

1 Oct 200919 Jun 2013

Award Date: 19 Jun 2013


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