A warm welcome to Phoebe Crawley – a talented student supported by a 4-year EASTBIO PhD studentship. Hope you will settle in well in Dundee.
Xiang finished her MSci degree succesfully and stayed around for another few months as a research assistant but now it is time to move on. Best of luck in the future and we hope to see you again!
If anyone is interested in looking at TET protein localization in the genome have a look at “ChIP-sequencing of TET proteins” in the new Methods in Molecular Biology volume 2272.
See news coverage from STV here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfBQNQkL2aE
Kasper was featured as a researcher at World Cancer Day 2020 on the CRUK website
It is a pleasure to welcome Jess Newport as student in the lab. Jess is currently enrolled in the Integrated Masters (Msci) in Biological and Biomedical Sciences at University of Dundee and will be spending 5 months in the lab to study the role of TET2 in the hematological malignancy Blastic Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cell Neoplasm.
Thanks to the organizers for making us part of the Street Food public outreach event at Dundee Science Festival 2019 .
This event combines food and drink makers, from Dundee, Angus, Fife and beyond, with University of Dundee researchers to explore the surprising, inspiring ways that research meets food.
We were involved in a stand where DNA extraction from strawberries (with gin!!!) provided an opportunity to discuss our research with the general public. Great fun!!!
Image credit to John post @postj84 on twitter and Instagram.
Anna has joined us for her PhD studies. She has a BSc in biochemistry and did her masters at University of Bristol studying the role of cholesterol as a cofactor for the BASP1 transcriptional corepressor.