Anna Arutyunyan | PhD Student

Arutyunyan, Anna

I work with Roser Vento-Tormo at the reproductive immunology group. I am investigating early human maternal-fetal interface to decipher the intercations between the mother and the fetus.

A successful pregnancy depends on efficient communication between placenta, the extraembryonic organ made by the fetus, and decidua, the mucosal lining of the mother's uterus. To understand this complex environment I use in vitro placental models, single-cell genomics and spatial transcriptomics as well as develop my own methods for spatial data analyses.

Arutyunyan, Anna
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2018

PhD student, Sanger Institute

BSc in Applied Physics and Mathematics, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

2017

Intern @ Volchkov Lab, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

2016

Amgen Scholars Program, Yoshimura Lab, Kyoto University, Japan