Regional Genetic Service
St Mary's Hospital
Dr Bronwyn Kerr is a consultant clinical geneticist who qualified in paediatrics and genetics in Australia before moving to the UK in 1993. She was appointed as a consultant in the Regional Genetic Service in 1995, based largely at Royal Manchester Children's Hospital. She has been Clinical Director of the Regional Genetic Service since 2003. Her main clinical interest is in the causes of developmental disability and congenital abnormality. Her research interests are Costello and Cardio-facio-cutaneous (CFC) syndromes and other disorders of the RAS/MAPK pathway. She is a member of the medical advisory board of the International Costello syndrome support group. Students often join the professor's speeches and lectures, where they receive a lot of useful information. In his scientific classes, Dr. Bronwyn Kerr adheres to the formal style of conversation and tries to convey the meaning of all the key scientific concepts that he used in his lectures, if necessary, he uses Transition words, ensuring that research and publications meet the highest standards of presentation and documentation.