The people behind the papers - Salome Stierli and Alison Lloyd are interviewed about their recent publication in Development
"In contrast to nerves in the central nervous system, peripheral nerves are highly regenerative following injury.
Examining the regenerative properties of peripheral nerves
New publication for the Lloyd Lab in Development examines peripepheral nerve regeneration after injury.
Poxvirus tricks cells into moving to spread infection
New publication for the Mercer Lab in Nature Microbiology shows poxvirus tricks cells into moving to spread infection.
Publication for Ketteler and Kriston-Vizi Labs in Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology
Identification of Kinases and Phosphatases That Regulate ATG4B Activity by siRNA and Small Molecule Screening in Cells.
Congratulations to Sian Culley, winner of the 2018 ED&I Outstanding Contribution Prize!
Sian Culley has been awarded the 2018 ED&I Outstanding Contribution Prize for the resource she created to address gender inequality in the field of microscopy. In collaboration with the Royal Microscopical Society, she produced a simple, international database of female microscopists, categorised by career stage, geographical location and area of expertise.
First Person: Interview with Lotte De Winde about her recent publication in Journal of Cell Science
"First Person is a series of interviews with the first authors of a selection of papers published in Journal of Cell Science, helping early-career researchers promote themselves alongside their papers.
Review by Chris Stefan in Current Opinion in Cell Biology