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Dr Beverley Cottle

Education/Academic qualification

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Stem Cell Biology

  • Bachelor of Science, Zoology, Liverpool John Moores University

Biographical details

Dr Beverley Cottle (née Henning) completed her BSc in Zoology at Liverpool John Moores University in 2005. After this she worked as a laboratory technician for Cogent (bull stud) before becoming a tissue practitioner for the NHS Blood & Transplant. In 2011 she joined Dr Georgina Ellison-Hughes Laboratory at Liverpool John Moore's University as laboratory manager and began her PhD entitled 'Identificationa and Characterisation of a Novel Multi-potent, Skeletal Muscle-derived Stem Cell with Broad Developmental Plasticity.' which she completed in 2015. She joined Kings College London in 2014 after Dr Ellison-Hughes laboratory moved here and worked as a research assistant until she went on maternity leave in 2016. She now works part-time as the divisional administrator for CHAPS.

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