Dr Jogitha Selvarajah
Jogitha Selvarajah is a Daphne Jackson Fellow at Imperial College London in the Department of Surgery and Cancer.
Jogitha has a degree in Biomedical Sciences and a PhD in Biochemistry, both from St George’s, University of London. Jogitha went on to a postdoctoral research position at St George’s, during which time she wrote up and published her PhD research and contributed to further publications. Jogitha also has experience teaching Medical Science and Biomedical Science at degree level at St George’s and Imperial College London.
Returning to research after a break of seven years, Jogitha’s three year Fellowship is sponsored by Imperial College London and the Medical Research Council (MRC).
Jogitha’s research project is titled: Identifying genetic alterations in the mTOR/DDR signalling that sensitise breast cancer to mTOR kinase inhibitor in combination with ATR inhibitor and her Fellowship is due to finish in 2025.