Dr Antoinette Perry is an Assistant Professor in Genetics and Cell Biology at the School of Biology and Environmental Science at University College Dublin. She is also one of a triumvirate of co-directors of the Cancer Biology and Therapeutics laboratory at the UCD Conway Institute (www.cbtlab.ie). Her research group focuses on translational cancer epigenomics; understanding the role of epigenetic aberrations in the pathogenesis of cancer and harnessing these aberrations to develop prognostic and predictive biomarkers. Prior to joining UCD in 2015, Dr Perry studied at Trinity College Dublin, where she graduated with a BA in Human Genetics in 2001. She subsequently secured a post-graduate scholarship from the Irish Research Council to fund her PhD in the field of prostate cancer epigenetics, which she carried out at the Institute of Molecular Medicine, Trinity College Dublin. Upon award of her PhD in 2007, Antoinette continued her post-doctoral research in this field at TCD.
- Assistant ProfessorUniversity College Dublin, School of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science, Dublin, Ireland2015 - 2018
- Senior Research FellowTrinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland2012 - 2015
- PhDTrinity College Dublin
- Prof Cert University Teaching & LearningUniversity College Dublin
- Post-Grad Diploma StatisticsTrinity College Dublin, Ireland