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  • Posted on Monday 16 September 2019

    The link between obesity and cancer

    Senior lecturer Dr Nick Peake and PhD student Rob Tempest have been studying whether particles called vesicles carry signals that allow bowel cancer cells and fat to communicate.

  • Posted on Thursday 25 July 2019

    PhD student Cameron Heaton at Maastricht University

    PhD student Cameron Heaton is spending five weeks at the Maastricht MultiModal Molecular Imaging Institute (M4I), Maastricht University, analysing 1200 fingerprint samples with MALDI mass spectrometry.

  • Posted on Tuesday 23 July 2019

    Prof Nicola Woodroofe at the European School of Neuroimmunology

    The aim of these ESNI courses is to provide researchers with an educational programme, spanning from basic immunology to clinical neuroimmunology, including updates of new developments in the field.

  • Posted on Tuesday 23 July 2019

    European Symposium on Organic Chemistry 2019

    The 21st edition of the prestigious ESOC conference was held in Vienna, Austria between 14-18th July. BMRC delegates, Chris Whiteoak, Simon Turega and PhD students Paula Chirila and Jack Slater attended.

  • Posted on Monday 22 July 2019

    UK Society for Extracellular Vesicle Summer School

    Dr Nick Peake was part of the organising team of the first ever UKEV Summer School which focused on key concepts of EV, provided hands-on practical tuition on EV purification and characterisation and facilitated a networking opportunity for the EV field.

  • Posted on Thursday 18 July 2019

    XIV European Meeting on Glial Cells in Health and Disease

    Senior Lecturer Liz Allen, post-doctoral researcher Rachel Hodgson and PhD student Filipe Hanson attended presenting a poster entitled ‘Investigating the role of the delta subunit of elF2B during stress and disease’.

  • Posted on Wednesday 17 July 2019

    Camila Loureiro at Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS)

    Researcher Camila Loureiro had been selected to present her animal research entitled ‘DNA methylation changes of NMDA receptor in rats after post-weaning social isolation’ as an oral and poster presentation.

  • Posted on Tuesday 09 July 2019

    MS Frontiers conference 2019

    The MS conference, which took place at Bath University on 4-5th July, is the UK's biggest biennial conference for MS research professionals, bringing together scientists, clinicians and health care professionals to network and share the latest advances in multiple sclerosis research.

  • Posted on Monday 08 July 2019

    Translation UK 2019 conference

    Translation UK is an annual meeting for researchers interested in understanding the mechanisms and control of mRNA translation and its implications for development, disease, agriculture and biotechnology.

  • Posted on Monday 08 July 2019

    Creating Knowledge Conference 2019

    On Monday 17th June 2019, Sheffield Hallam hosted the 2019 Creating Knowledge Conference, bringing together research from across the University in the form of presentations, workshops and activities. Several BMRC staff gave talks as part of the conference

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