Dr. Meaghan Jones received her bachelor of science (honours) in biology from Mount Allison University, and her PhD in Medical Genetics from the University of British Columbia. She pursued post-doctoral training at the BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute, studying epigenetics of early life environments, before joining the department of biochemistry and medical genetics at the University of Manitoba in 2018.
Dr. Jones’ current focus is the role of epigenetic changes in the link between mothers’ exposure to inhaled pollutants like cigarette smoke and their children’s risk of developing asthma.
- PhD, Medical Genetics, University of British Columbia
- Bachelor of Science (Honours), Biology, Mount Allison University
- Manitoba Medical Sciences Foundation Allen Rouse Basic Science Career Development Award (2020–2023)
- University of Manitoba Centre on Aging Research Fellowship (2019–2020)
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