Congrats to Jiraroch Meevassana on his new paper on improving burn wound repair via treatment with B1 siRNA.
New Paper Published – Deidentification / informed consent
Congratulations to Frank Preston on publishing his paper on informed consent in publishing and deidentification methods, out today in the … More
Happy Holidays from the LaNts and laminin team (l-r Jiraroch, Kevin, JohnJohn, Conro, Fawziah, Liam, Bilge and Natasha). Previous Christmas … More
New Paper Out – Risk factors for corneal epithelial wound healing: Can sex play a role?
Nice little collaborative paper out in the European Journal of Ophthalmology, authored by Giulia Coco – Risk factors for corneal … More
Editing for impact #4 – Get Rhythm – Paragraph length and flow.
Good writing is effective writing. In science writing, efficacy comes from your readers being able to absorb the information you … More
A case for the passive voice -editing for impact #3
Passive voice: good or bad? It depends on context. This post examines when you should or shouldn’t use it.
They grow up so fast – Introducing Dr JohnJohn!
Thursday was another landmark day for the lab; John “John” Knox defended his doctoral thesis at his viva voce. We … More
Jobs! Short-term PDRA in small nucleotide-based therapies for ocular disease
We have at least one, likely two, postdoctoral researcher posts available to work on projects relating to use of short … More
50 mile charity bike ride complete
Today, myself, a team from St Paul’s Eye Unit of the Dept of Eye and Vision Science + several thousand … More