Dr. Pascale V Guillot studied medicine in Paris and has a PhD in Neurosciences. She then trained in the US at Harvard Medical School and MIT before coming back to the UK. In 2004, she joined Imperial College to work with Professor NM Fisk on fetal stem cells. She was appointed Lecturer in 2008.
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