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Janet Harwood featured in RCUK case study

Daphne Jackson Fellow, Janet Harwood, is featured in one of the new case studies on the RCUK website in which researchers tell their own personal story of how they got involved in research, what it takes to be a researcher, and their rewarding experiences. The case studies are aimed at young people and highlight the opportunities research skills can give, not only in academia but also in the wider world of business, industry.

Janet explains that she has a passion for Biology which she developed at school. She talks about her career and her present research in which she is developing computational biology tools for the analysis of large, complex biological data sets allowing comparison of genome-wide chromatin structures.

To view Janet’s case study, go to: http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/ResearchCareers/percase/Biology/Pages/harwood.aspx

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