Severine Lamon

I was awarded my PhD from Lausanne University, Switzerland, in 2010. I then completed all my post-doctoral training in Australia and I am currently a Senior Lecturer within the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences. I am a molecular biologist by training, and my main research focus is the regulation of skeletal muscle mass with health and disease. I have a particular interest in the role played by non-coding RNAs in the regulation of these processes. I have recently developed a new research program focusing on female muscle physiology, and how the female muscle adapts to exercise and disease conditions at the epigenetic, molecular, cellular and functional level.

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