Erin Macdonald-Dunlop

Thesis title: Omics Measures of Aging and Application to Risk Stratification

MRC Precision Medicine DTP

Year of study: 3

  • Usher Institute
  • University of Edinburgh

Contact details

Address

Street

Usher Institute – University of Edinburgh
Old Medical School
Teviot Place

City
Edinburgh
Post code
EH8 9AG

Background

2017-Present: PhD, MRC Precision Medicine DTP, Univeristy of Edinburgh

2016-2017: MSc Bioinformatics, University of Edinburgh

2013-2016: BA(Hons) Natural Sciences - Pathology, Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge

Conference details

Platform Presentation

European Mathematical Genetics Meeting – Cagliari April 2018 “Genome-Wide Association analysis of 225 Metabolites in Isolated Populations”

European Mathematical Genetics Meeting – Dublin April 2019 “Comparison of Multiple Omics Ageing Clocks”

Edinburgh Alliance for Complex Trait Genetics – Edinburgh April 2019 “Omics Measures of Ageing”

American Society of Human Genetics – Houston October 2019 “Genomic architecture of 184 plasma proteins in 20,000 individuals: the SCALLOP Consortium”

*International Conference of Quantitative Genetics – Brisbane June 2020 - “Genomic architecture of 184 plasma proteins in 20,000 individuals: the SCALLOP Consortium” (Postponed due to COVID19 outbreak)

 

Invited Speaker (Workshops)

Accelerating Precision Medicine through Data Science 2nd International Workshop– Uppsala November 2019 “Comparison of Multiple Omics Biomarkers of Ageing”

SCALLOP Consortium Workshop Boston 5th June 2019 – “Genetic determinates of Olink proteins measured on the CVDII and CVDIII panels” & “Omics Measures of Ageing”

 

Posters

Bioinformatics of Genomic regulation and Structure/Systems Biology Conference – Novosibirsk August 2018 - “Multiple Omics Ageing Clocks”

American Society of Human Genetics – San Diego October 2018 - “Multiple Omics Ageing Clocks”

Genetics Society Annual Meeting “Century of Genetics” – Edinburgh November 2019 - “Comparison of Multiple Omics Ageing Clocks”

American Society of Human Genetics – Houston October 2019 - “Comparison of Multiple Omics Ageing Clocks”