We are a computational biology lab that focusses on the use of population level data to understand variation in gene expression and post-transcriptional processing. Our current focus is understanding RNA processing in human mitochondria and the downstream functional impacts on health and disease.
We are part of the Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics at King's College London
27th March 2020: Communications Biology Paper is out
19th March 2020: DRIVE-Health PhD Programme now open: see 'positions' for details on how to apply for a PhD studentship in my lab.
18th February 2019: eLife paper in out
25th June 2018: Anna joins the lab!
15th February 2018: postdoc position in the lab is now live - see 'Positions' for more details.
8th December 2017: Postdoc position available in the lab - see 'Positions' for more details.
Alan Hodgkinson currently holds a Career Development Fellowship at King's College London as part of the MRC eMedLab partnership. The lab is also funded by a project grant awarded by the BBSRC.