Two undergrad student papers published

Big shout out to undergraduate students Alice Ibbotson and Fang Ziyu for having their work published in Insider Imprint. @insiderimprint #proudlecturer

They grow up so fast, especially during lockdown – undergraduate project students

They grow up so fast, especially during lockdown - undergraduate project students

They grow up so fast: MRes 2020 poster session 1

They grow up so fast - Jan 2020 MRes poster session

They grow up so fast – undergrad poster session

They grow up so fast - undergrad poster session 2019. #postersession #laminins #epidermolysisbullosa

It’s the final countdown…

October 2019: Entering 3rd year – the big one. And my project has reached the most exciting stage! We can now begin collecting data from our newly generated transgenic mouse line!  This new mouse line is LaNt α31 overexpressing, but only when exposed to tamoxifen, meaning we have control over where and when LaNt α31... Continue Reading →

They grow up so fast – Graduation edition 2019

IACD PhD and MPhil graduates 2019 Today was the graduation for PhD and MPhl students in the faculty of health and life sciences at University of Liverpool. Usually for PhD students, the big celebration comes after the viva, but today everyone who completed their studies in the last six months had the chance to be... Continue Reading →

They grow up so fast – ASMB Nashville

Lee presenting LaNt research at ASMB basement membrane meeting, #Nashville

They grow up so fast- airport edition

Lee got some practice presenting his poster at Manchester airport pre-flight. I am confident the ASMB will be wowed by the depth of his knowledge. UPDATE: he has now "presented" to 2 families and a high school trip. Public engagement at its finest!

They grow up fast – Olivia’s MRes talk

Olivia's MRes project talk. The end of another year's worth of MRes projects.

They grow up so fast – undergrad project talks

This week our undergraduate students completed then final part of their research project; presenting their research in a conference-style talk to faculty and peers. This year we had three students in the lab, and their job was to kick start our new project on LaNt in breast cancer. Over the course of their time in... Continue Reading →

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