Dr Heather Elding | Postdoctoral Fellow

This person is a member of Sanger Institute Alumni.

Elding, Heather

Heather graduated with a B.Sc Honours in Human Genetics from University College London, UK in 2010, where she continued on to read a Ph.D in Genetic Epidemiology at the same university. Her Ph.D work focused on dissecting the genetics of complex traits, with particular interest in investigating the genetic aetiology of Inflammatory Bowel Disease.

Heather joined the Professor Soranzo's team in October 2014 as a Post Doctoral Fellow to work on the identification of genetic determinants of haematopoeisis using multi-dimensional large-scale population datasets such as the INTERVAL blood donations project and UK BioBank.

Publications

  • Refinement in localization and identification of gene regions associated with Crohn disease.

    Elding H, Lau W, Swallow DM and Maniatis N

    American journal of human genetics 2013;92;1;107-13

  • Dissecting the genetics of complex inheritance: linkage disequilibrium mapping provides insight into Crohn disease.

    Elding H, Lau W, Swallow DM and Maniatis N

    American journal of human genetics 2011;89;6;798-805

Elding, Heather