Dr Aggie Tello

Dr Aggie Tello
Research Coordinator



Background:

After graduating from the University of Victoria, Canada with a B.Sc. in Biology/Psychology (with Distinction) and an M.Sc. in Human Molecular Genetics (Lieutenant Governor’s Silver Medal Winner), I began working as a research officer for the B.C. Ministry of Health (Canada), where I developed clinical practice guidelines for chronic diseases, such as hypertension and cardiovascular disease. I then pursued a PhD in Stem Cell Biology at the MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine in Edinburgh. My research focused on cell-fate programming in mammary gland stem and progenitor cells. Following on from my PhD, I undertook two post-doctoral fellowships (Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine- University of Oxford, and Department of Biology- University of St Andrews).

MSc Thesis: https://dspace.library.uvic.ca/handle/1828/1893

PhD Thesis: https://www.era.lib.ed.ac.uk/handle/1842/9522

Current Role:

My role as Research Coordinator in the Sullivan Group is to support ongoing research activity, coordinate collaborations and manage research projects. In addition, I provide administrative support to the Division of Population and Behavioural Sciences.

My School Roles:

  • Member of the School Ethics Committee
  • Member of SCALE
  • Member of the Public Engagement Focus Group (SCALE)
  • Member of the MMI Writing Group
data source: symbiosis

Research Overview from research@st-andrews

Recent publications listed in research@st-andrews
Mancini, E, Sanjuan-Pla, A, Luciani, L, Moore, S, Grover, A, Zay, A, Rasmussen, KD, Luc, S, Bilbao, D, O'Carroll, D, Jacobsen, SE & Nerlov, C 2012, 'FOG-1 and GATA-1 act sequentially to specify definitive megakaryocytic and erythroid progenitors' EMBO Journal, vol 31, no. 2, pp. 351-65. DOI: 10.1038/emboj.2011.390