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James Davies

Oxford University

James Davies is an Associate Professor of Genomics at Oxford University and a practicing clinician with a specialist interest in bone marrow transplantation and cellular therapy. His research laboratory is situated at the MRC Weatherall Institute for Molecular Medicine at Oxford University. Their primary focus is deciphering how the genome is interpreted by different cell types and they use this knowledge to develop innovative methods for using genome editing to manipulate bone marrow stem cells, with the aim of treating diseases that affect blood cell production, such as thalassemia and sickle cell disease.

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