Elizabeth Wynn | Advanced Research Assistant

Wynn, Elizabeth

I am an Advanced Research Assistant in the Genetics of Instinctive Behaviour research group. My primary responsibilities are to carry out molecular biology and mouse behavioural experiments. I also support other team members' research and help facilitate the smooth running of the lab as a local co-ordinator.

At the Sanger I have worked on a variety of projects using mouse models to further our understanding of behaviour and other areas of interest. I have been involved in many aspects, from gene targeting and genotyping to immunohistochemistry and behavioural assays.

As well as developing a wide range of molecular biology and animal assay techniques, I also have taken on numerous support and organisation roles such as local co-ordinator, first aider, and radiation protection supervisor.

Publications

  • Genome-wide generation and systematic phenotyping of knockout mice reveals new roles for many genes.

    White JK, Gerdin AK, Karp NA, Ryder E, Buljan M et al.

    Cell 2013;154;2;452-64

  • Genomic variation in the vomeronasal receptor gene repertoires of inbred mice.

    Wynn EH, Sánchez-Andrade G, Carss KJ and Logan DW

    BMC genomics 2012;13;415

Wynn, Elizabeth
Elizabeth's Timeline
2008

Started at the Sanger Institute

Graduated University of Bath

2006

Sandwich year at OSI Prosidion