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Miss Kleinenvice Rowe BSc (Hons)

MRes Advanced Biological Science student

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Kleinenvice Rowe is an MRes Advanced Biological Science student within the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton.

I graduated from Cardiff University in July 2020 with a first-class BSc in Neuroscience. I completed my dissertation project in the field of neurodegeneration research, working with viral vector induced models of Parkinson’s disease to investigate neuroinflammation and microglial activation.

Research interests

I have previously undertaken volunteering opportunites working in both clinical neuroscience positions and within the community, focusing on the field of neurodegeneration.

Why I chose MRes Advanced Biological Science

I chose to undertake an MRes in Advanced Biological Science as I am keen to advance my knowledge of neuroscience beyond undergraduate level, while working in a research lab setting.  

Studying at Southampton University will allow me to develop a number of practical skills as well as analytical, and statistical skills in order to prepare me for an exciting career in neuroscience research.

Aims for the future

I have a keen interest in the areas of neurodegenerative disease and neuroimmunology. I hope to work in this area and also gain skills in the area of statistics and bioinformatics. The title of the research project I will be working on during my time at Southampton is: “Unravelling the clonal nature of microglial diversity in the brain”.

Supervisor: Dr Diego Gomez-Nicola

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MRes Advanced Biological Science

Miss Kleinenvice Rowe
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences
Life Sciences Building 85
University of Southampton
Highfield Campus
SO17 1BJ
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