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Jiali Gao

MA (Cantab), MB BChir

Academic Clinical Fellow

I am an academic clinical fellow working in the Motor Neuron Disease group. I studied Medicine at the University of Cambridge, graduating with distinction, and subsequently completed an academic foundation programme in Oxford, looking at the role of creatine kinase and urinary titin as biomarkers of ALS. I am currently working on characterising activity related phenotypes in induced pluripotent stem cells with a C9orf72 mutation (the most common genetic cause of ALS) using optogenetics. I am also investigating risk factors for ALS using genetic techniques such as Mendelian randomisation.

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