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Alison Inglis

  • Alison Inglis

    2018 - PhD Molecular Biology, University of Cambridge

    2014 - MBiochem Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, University of Oxford

    Academic Background

    Dr Inglis earned her PhD at the University of Cambridge before moving to the California Institute of Technology, where she currently holds a post-doctoral fellowship in the Biology and Biological Engineering division. Her PhD focused on the structural and functional characterization of GCN2, a nutrient-sensing kinase. She is experienced in molecular biology, structural biology, cell biology, and biochemistry, and has a strong record in spearheading projects and publishing work in high-impact journals. Her current research is focused on mechanisms of translational control and the synthesis and insertion of nascent membrane proteins.

    Publishing History

    Dr Inglis has published numerous peer-reviewed papers in high-impact journals, including Science, Nature Communications, and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). She is first author on two of these papers and has a third currently under review.

    Editing and Reviewing Experience

    Dr Inglis has edited manuscripts for collaborators, colleagues, and students throughout her career, and she has peer-reviewed papers for a number of journals. Dr Inglis joined Edanz as an Editor in 2022.

    Writing Experience

    Dr Inglis was awarded the Florence and David Jacobs Memorial Prize from Downing College, Cambridge for an essay describing her PhD studies, and has written and co-written numerous successful grant proposals during her post-doctoral work. In addition, she has authored a wide variety of research articles that have been published in a range of high-impact journals, and which have subsequently been highly cited by other scientists in the field.