Dr Julian Venables

I gained a PhD in Biochemistry as a mature student in Leicester and completed post docs in Edinburgh and Newcastle working on alternative splicing as a control mechanism in spermatogenesis. Three years followed in Canada studying alternative splicing in ovarian and breast cancer at the interface of bioinformatics and high throughput genomic technologies, culminating in a publication in Nature Structural and Molecular Biology. Recent work in France from 2010-2012 on splice regulation in stem cells is published in Nature Communications. I was then a lecturer and PI at Newcastle University’s Institute of Genetic Medicine for 2 1/2 years. Since January 2015 I have been full time helping other researchers with their written output and making your Science make Sense (see my recommendations link).
(see my CV…)