A late introduction into the mind of a new PhD student

Howdy Hey Blogareenos! I’m Liam (the tiger from previous blog posts) and I have recently started my PhD with the Hamill lab, where my project looks at the role of LN domains in basement membrane integrity and signalling. Much like Conro, this isn’t my first rodeo in the Hamill lab, but it is my first... Continue Reading →

Big laminin paper: Gene therapy for junctional epidermolysis bullosa

When I started this blog I envisaged it as a way to acknowledge lab achievements and celebrate the successes of the Hamill lab team members. As we have gone on it has developed and changed (and I would like to think got better) and its time for the next evolution; "Big laminin papers" (wondering what... Continue Reading →

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