Lost in Durham – A Scouser’s tale of Science

Two blog posts in the space of a month? You lucky readers you! Recently, as part of the BBSRC DTP experience, I went on lab rotation to the wonderful Durham University, where I spent 4 days working with my third supervisor, the legendary Prof (uncle) Roy Quinlan. Roy and his former PhD student, and my... Continue Reading →

New content; introduction to laminins

I've added a "non-scientist"-friendly introduction to laminins to the site today. Kinda wikipedia-like but with more connection to what we work on. If you have 5 mins, can you have a look via the link above and provide a bit of feedback about whether I have managed to write this in a way that works... Continue Reading →

They grow up so fast – graduation edition

Today marked another milestone for some of the lab members and another day of immense pride and paternal type feelings for myself! First up Dr Iorio received her PhD. Valentina is my first student to complete the emotional rollercoaster that is a PhD, and it was fantastic to be able to share this final step... Continue Reading →

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