Susan predominantly works on transcriptomic research of mammalian tissue. She is very experienced in RNA-seq techniques as well as in the analysis of microarray, CHiPseq and high throughput qPCR. Her work has helped collaborators gain a better understanding of the genes and pathways involved in human health and disease. Susan’s projects cover a wide breadth and have included expression analysis relating to Crohn’s disease, Schizophrenia, Williams-Beurens syndrome, Kerataconus, Immunity related conditions and Cancer cachexia. Susan has also published comparisons of bioinformatic and wet lab techniques to establish best-practice in transcriptomics.