Circadian Announces Two New Team Members
Circadian Therapeutics is pleased to announce the addition of the two newest members of the Team.
Dr Suzanne Ftouni (left) joins from the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNI) at Oxford University having previously worked at Monash University in Melbourne where her work focussed on the development of novel methods to assess human circadian phase and insufficiencies in sleep. Dr Iona Alexander (right) also joins from the SCNI at Oxford where her recent work has investigated sleep and circadian biology in human eye disease.
Nigel Jones, Managing Director of Circadian Therapeutics said “We are delighted to welcome Suzanne and Iona as Post-Doctoral Researchers to the CT Team where their main responsibilities will be to spearhead our exciting research collaboration with the Blind Veterans UK Charity which was announced earlier this year. We are very lucky to have secured the services of two such experienced researchers with highly relevant clinical experience to join our growing Team.”