They grow up so fast – NWCR symposium

Today was the Northwest Cancer Research annual symposium held in the stunning, Harry Potter-esque, Victoria Gallery on the University of Liverpool campus. Lots of excellent, inspiring talks including two of my long-term favourites; actin remodelling and RhoGTPases, and integrin signalling. The notebook is full of the next set of experiments and grant ideas! (Thanks Mark) There was also a... Continue Reading →

They grow up so fast – MRes Spring 2017

April time again and the end of another block of MRes Clinical Sciences projects. This time the Hamill lab hosted three students; Kareem Hassanin, Conro Conro Sugden and Tobi Oyewole. Today the boys had their presentations/poster session. First up; Conro told his story of developing our new minigene construct to investigate LaNt regulation and testing a... Continue Reading →

The wall of LaNt research

Just back from another conference and Lee has added his recent poster to our growing collection. A quick rearrange and we have the wall of LaNt research! Yes, we have gone too far, taking over a bunch of the poster boards on our floor but it is so cool seeing the work from the various... Continue Reading →

They grow up so fast – BSID 2017 edition

This week PhD student Lee Troughton and I have been attending the British Society for Investigative Dermatology meeting in exotic Manchester. Lee presented some of our recent findings in poster form. This is the first time we have rolled out this new story and, so far, the response has been very positive. Loads of data... Continue Reading →

They grow up so fast…. PhD thesis submission edition!

Today the pride levels are extra high. Valentina Iorio submitted her PhD thesis!!! Valentina was the first person to join my lab. I interviewed her whilst still in Chicago and was super impressed with not only her academic ability but also her bubbly personality. I have never looked back.  It's been an amazing three and... Continue Reading →

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