Blog: Adventures in Wonderland
Richard Wintle is a molecular biologist and human geneticist, with a PhD from the University of Toronto’s Department of Molecular and Medical Genetics. He studied the genes that make up antibody heavy chains, a key part of the immune system.
Since January 2006 he’s been at The Centre for Applied Genomics (TCAG) at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada, where he is now the Assistant Director. He is interested in how the human genome varies between people, and in the genetics of autism.