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Dr Xiayi Ke
  • Senior Lecturer
  • ICH Genetics & Genomic Medicine Prog
  • Institute of Child Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
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Xiayi was trained with a PhD in plant molecular biology from De Montfort University, and a MSc in computing from the Open University. He then moved to the research fields of genetic epidemiology, bioinformatics and statistical genetics, with postdoctoral trainings in University of Southampton and University of Oxford. He was appointed in 2006 as a lecturer in genetic epidemiology and statistical genetics by the University of Manchester, where he led and coordinated the statistical genetics effort in several genome-wide association (GWA) projects for complex diseases in humans and aninmals, such as rheumatoid arthritis (a project which was part of the Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium (WTCCC) study). He was recruited in September 2009 to his current post as part of UCL's strategic contribution to the MRC Centre of Epidemiology for Child Health to assist in developing capability in genetic epidemiology.
Academic Background
2002 MSc Master of Science – Computing Open University
2000 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Molecular Biology De Montfort University
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