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Helen received her PhD at the Rowett Research Institute, University of Aberdeen and moved to the University of Cincinnati as a post-doctoral fellow studying placental function in obesity in pregnancy with Drs Thomas Jansson and Theresa Powell. In 2009 she moved to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center to pursue a research associateship with Dr. Timothy Crombleholme in placental gene therapy. In 2010 Helen was appointed as a Research Assistant Professor at Cincinnati Children’s and received a University of Cincinnati Research Council collaborative grant in 2011 and an NICHD K99/R00 grant in 2012 to establish an independent laboratory.
I am currently an MDB student and have chosen to join the Jones Lab. I have also rotated through Pulmonary Medicine, Fetal Therapy/Pre-term Birth, and the Heart Institute.
Rebecca moved from Australia to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Centre at the beginning of 2018 after having received her PhD from the University of Adelaide. In Adelaide, she studied the influence of micronutrient deficiencies on the placenta and pregnancy outcome, mentored by Professor Claire Roberts. Now as a post-doctoral fellow, her research focuses on using nanoparticle gene therapy to treat placental dysfunction and prevent fetal growth restriction during pregnancy.
Helen Jones, PhD
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