Monthly Archive: July, 2017

Sunscreen challenge filming for ITV

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Yesterday the TV cameras were in IACD filming a programme about summer sun for which our little piece about sunscreen will form a part. Here are some pics of Austin McCormick, eyelid cancer… Continue reading

Dr Iorio! 

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They grow up so fast – PhD viva edition! On Thursday my first PhD student Valentina Iorio defended her thesis at her viva voce examination. An incredibly proud day for her and for… Continue reading

Valentina en route to viva!!!

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Hello readers! It’s Valentina here, the first PhD student to have joined the Hamill’s lab. I am writing my first article on a very special day…on my way to Dundee to defend my… Continue reading

Sunscreen Challenge at the World Museum

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On Saturday the University of Liverpool ran another “Meet the Scientists” events at the World Museum in Liverpool. These days are massive fun; 700+ adults and children (5-12 ish) year olds get to… Continue reading

They grow up so fast – MRes project 3

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Quick recap of MRes Clin Sci students recent projects in the Hamill lab

Fundraising for my Funders!

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Welcome to my first “LaNt and laminins” blog post! I have been a member of Kevin’s team now for nearly 4 years. It all started during my MRes degree when I managed to… Continue reading

Misapplication of sunscreen leaves people vulnerable to skin cancer

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When applying sunscreen people miss on average 10 per cent of their face, the most common site for skin cancer, according to University of Liverpool research presented at the British Association of Dermatologists’ Annual… Continue reading

They grow up so fast – British Assoc of Dermatology meeting

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Today MRes student Kareem was in action at the British Association of Dermatology meeting presenting his project on sunscreen application. Pretty impressively the abstract got selected for a plenary talk and he did… Continue reading

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