Dr Martin Reijns (BSc Biotechnology, MSc Cell and Molecular Biology, PhD Molecular Genetics)

Research Fellow


Martin Reijns received his BSc degree in Biotechnology from Wageningen University in the Netherlands, and specialised in Cell & Molecular Biology (MSc). He moved to Scotland in 2002, where he worked for one year as a research assistant in Molecular Genetics working on bacterial site-specific recombination (Colloms lab, Glasgow University) before starting his PhD in Molecular Genetics, working on RNA splicing and turnover in budding yeast (Beggs lab, The University of Edinburgh). After completion of his PhD in 2006, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the Beggs lab for another 10 months. In 2007 he started a career development fellowship in the lab of Prof Andrew Jackson at the MRC Human Genetics Unit, and was promoted to Research Fellow in 2012.

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