Today was another landmark day for the lab, PhD student Jiraroch Meevassana defended his doctoral thesis at viva voce. Jiraroch … More
They grow up so fast – Liam’s graduation edition
Yesterday, the hottest day ever in the UK, Liam donned his newly acquired superhero PhD robes and took the final … More
They grow up so fast – Fawziah and Bilge’s first year talks
Today Fawziah Asiri and Bilge Sari gave their first year PhD talks, a milestone in their journey that allows them … More
They grow up so fast – Adding a “Dr” to Conor Sugden
Today was another huge moment for the Lantsandlaminins team… Conor “Conro” Sugden passed his viva voce (PhD thesis defence) and … More
They grow up so fast… Introducing Dr Liam Shaw, PhD.
Huge day today… Liam Shaw passed his PhD viva and became a Dr! His thesis “Determining the role of laminin … More
New Paper Published – LM511-E8 treatment of burn wounds
New paper by Jiraroch Meevassana on using a laminin fragment to improve burn wound repair
They grow up so fast – revisted- John Knox graduation
John “John” Knox graduated this week. Here is the happy fellow sporting his fancy gown. The graduation ceremony marks the … More
New paper published – B1 repetitive sequence methylation enhances second-degree burn wound healing
Congrats to Jiraroch Meevassana on his new paper on improving burn wound repair via treatment with B1 siRNA.
Ich habe Schwein gehabt! Going to Freiburg
Conro on his travels – 3 month student placement in Freiburg to work with Alex Nystrom
BBSRC PhD studentship available
Come join the team! We are currently looking to recruit a PhD student to work on a project supported by the prestigious BBSRC doctoral training program.
More detail via the link.