Tag: British Skin Foundation

Misapplication of sunscreen leaves people vulnerable to skin cancer

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 Conference in Liverpool this week. More than 90 per cent of basal cell carcinomas, the most common cancer in the UK, occur on…

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British Skin Foundation Studentship Available in Hamill Lab

See below for details; PhD Studentship: Dissecting the Role of LaNts and their Receptors in Epidermal Wound Healing and Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Stipend: £13,863 pa Institute of Ageing and Chronic Disease, Department of Eye and Vision Science Location: Liverpool Project starting date: 1 December 2014 Closing date for applications: Friday 27 June 2014 Eligibility: UK…

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