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Andrew D Beale

  • PhD
  • Postdoctoral Scientist
  • MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
  • 9PublicationsNumber of items in Andrew D's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 3Followers

Recent publications

  • Casein Kinase 1 Underlies Temperature Compensation of Circadian Rhythms in Human Red Blood Cells

    • Beale A
    • Kruchek E
    • Kitcatt S
    • et al.
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  • Development of the Astyanax mexicanus circadian clock and non-visual light responses

    • Frøland Steindal I
    • Beale A
    • Yamamoto Y
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Professional experience

Postdoctoral Scientist

MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

May 2018 - Present

Research Fellow

University of Surrey

November 2016 - May 2018(2 years)

Visiting Researcher

University of Surrey

December 2015 - July 2016(7 months)

Honorary Research Associate

University College London

March 2014 - July 2016(2 years)

Christmas Lectures Assistant

Royal Institution of Great Britain

September 2013 - January 2014(4 months)

PhD student

University College London

September 2008 - March 2013(5 years)

Education

Cambridge University

September 2005 - June 2008(3 years)

About

I am interested in how and why circadian rhythms are a feature of almost all organisms and how they impact our daily lives. I am currently Investigating the mechanism of circadian rhythms in red blood cells using dielectrophoresis (DEP) and small molecule inhibitors. This research is revealing interesting data about the post-transcriptional clock mechanism that may be fundamental to all life on earth. I am also interested in the interaction between the environment, circadian biology and health, particularly across the transition between rural and urbanising communities. I've worked in a number of international, multi-disciplinary collaborations and have cross-cultural experience from research and personal perspectives. I am interested in sustainable development through scientific innovation, supporting the nascent scientific communities in developing nations. I am Director of the Science Communication training course for TReND in Africa and I act as an Academic Mentor for AuthorAID, working with researchers from developing countries on aspects of their scientific writing.

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