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Garner, Hannah

Hannah Garner

Postdoctoral fellow


I did my PhD in the lab of Prof. Frederic Geissmann at King's College London where I studied myelopoiesis with a particular focus on patrolling monocyte development. I joined Karin de Visser's lab in August 2016 as a postdoctoral researcher to investigate the impact of inflammation on breast cancer metastasis and I am particularly interested in the mechanisms through which neutrophils facilitate metastasis establishment.