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Ms Grace Isabella Hallinan 

Postgraduate Research Student in Neuroscience

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Grace Isabella Hallinan is Postgraduate Research Student in Neuroscience within Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton.

 

Academic Qualifications

2014-present: PhD Studentship. University of Southampton.
2010-2014: BSc (International) Neuroscience. University College Dublin, Ireland.

Undergraduate Thesis: Analysing the formation of soluble oligomeric forms of human amyloid beta protein from dimeric amyloid precursor protein

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Research interests

My research is focused on elucidating the mechanism of tau propagation in connected neurons. I use advanced microfluidic devices that enable the development of orientated synaptic junctions between isolated murine hippocampal neurons to directly assess propagation of disease-associated tau across individual synapses.

Supervisor: Dr Katrin Deinhardt and Dr Jonathan West (co-supervisor)
PhD research: Orientated neuronal networks for investigating mechanisms of tau propagation
Funding: Alzheimer’s Research UK

Research group

Biomedical Sciences

Affiliate research group

Southampton Neuroscience Group

‘Beautiful Mind’ Team Coordinator for the inaugural Pint of Science Festival in Southampton, 2015

Member of:

British Neuroscience Association

Demonstrator:

BIOL2014 Neuroscience

 

Ms Grace Isabella Hallinan
Biological Sciences
Faculty of Natural & Environmental Sciences
Life Sciences Building 85
University of Southampton
Highfield Campus
Southampton
SO17 1BJ

Email:grace.hallinan@soton.ac.uk

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