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20 June

New publication in PLoS Pathogens for Marsh Lab

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A new publication in PLoS Pathogens by the Marsh Lab and colleagues at the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, explores the role and relevance of th

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15 June

Abigel David awarded UCL Biosciences Undergraduate Research Studentship

Abigel David has been awarded a UCL Biosciences Undergraduate Research Studentship to continue her drug-discovery research project under the supervision of Dr Janos Kriston-Vizi.

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15 June

Yanlan Mao awarded MRC Senior Non-clinical Fellowship

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Yanlan Mao has been awarded an MRC Senior Non-clinical Fellowship to study mechanical robustness during development and repair. Congratulations, Yanlan!

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27 April

Publication in Life Science Alliance for Stefan Lab

A new publication by the Stefan Lab in Life Science Alliance explores the function of ER-PM contact sites in maintaining cellular homeostasis. The study reveals that yeast extended synaptotagmin (E-Syt) family members - conserved proteins that function at membrane contacts - regulate

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20 April

Publication in Nature for Vincenzo Calvanese

A first-of-its-kind roadmap by Vincenzo Calvanese and colleagues at UCLA traces each step in the development of blood stem cells in the human embryo.

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22 March

Pablo Vicente Munuera is awarded an MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship

Pablo Vicente Munuera (Mao Lab) is awarded MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship to investigate the effects of microgravity on cell and tissue mechanics during wound healing.

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16 March

Review in Frontiers in Immunology for the Acton Lab

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review in Frontiers in Immunology by the Acton Lab examines the immunosuppressive properties of the TME and how these mechanisms alter activation, maturation and trafficking of dendritic cells to enable immune escape and tumour progression.

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08 March

Celebrating our female academics on International Women's Day

On International Women's Day, we've caught up with some of our female academics to hear more about their research, their inspirations, and their goals for the future. Read the interviews here.

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26 January

New review in Disease Models and Mechanisms for the Acton Lab

A review in Disease Models and Mechanisms by the Acton Lab examines how lymphoid tissue function determines disease progression during infections, chronic inflammatory conditions and cancer.

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