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Dr Alison Halliday

After completing an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry & Genetics at Sheffield University, Alison was awarded a PhD in Human Molecular Genetics at the University of Newcastle. She carried out five years as a Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UCL, investigating the genes involved in a childhood obesity syndrome. Moving into science communications, she spent ten years at Cancer Research UK engaging the public about the charity’s work. She now specialises in writing about research across the life sciences, medicine and health.

Blogs by Author
19 Jan 2020
Cool Science, Analytical Chemistry
Determining Sex Through The Analysis Of Fingerprint Residue
Dr Alison Halliday

Finger Print

Finger Print
12 Jan 2020
New Born Baby
5 Jan 2020
Clinical & Pharma, Science of the Future
Lipodendriplexes: A Promising Alternative For Gene Therapy
Dr Alison Halliday

DNA

DNA
22 Dec 2019
Clinical & Pharma, Science of the Future
Can New Inhalable Formulations Help Overcome Drug Resistance?
Dr Alison Halliday

TB

TB
15 Dec 2019
Science of the Future, Clinical & Pharma
Improving Dental Implants With Innovative Nanocoatings
Dr Alison Halliday

teeth implants

Teeth
1 Dec 2019
Future Science, Analytical Chemistry
Screening Formulations for New 3D Printed Wound Healing Materials
Dr Alison Halliday

3D Skin CellA new study investigates a fast, simple and cost-effective new platform for evaluating the impact of adding growth

3D Skin Cell
24 Nov 2019
Clinical & Pharma, Science of the Future
Using ‘Molecular Bar Codes’ To Tackle The Problem Of Counterfeit Drugs
Dr Alison Halliday

pills

pills
18 Nov 2019
Cool Science, Science of the Future
Extracting Bioactive Compounds from Pomegranate Peel
Dr Alison Halliday

pomegranate

Pomegranate