Lab manager for the CV Genetics lab at Royal Brompton campus - specialising in next generation DNA sequencing.
Project Coordinator for the Heart Hive - an online platform to connect researchers with patients with cardiomyopathy and myocarditis.
Rachel graduated from University of Bristol in 2005, completed a Masters degree at Imperial College in 2006 and joined the group in 2007.
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