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Posted by | 5 June 2017
Shabana Khan joins the Group

Shabana Khan joins the Group on a 3 year MRC postdoctoral fellowship to study the cellular and molecular mechanisms regulating cortical synaptic circuit regeneration in response to injury and neurodegenerative...

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Posted by | 2 June 2017
Koniku®, the startup of Oshiorenoya Agabi, is hiring

There are eleven vacancies at Koniku®, the startup of CEO and Group PhD student Oshiorenyoya Agabi that builds computer chips made of biological neurons. For details, click here.

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Posted by | 24 April 2017
Joana Dopp, Hewa Khalilifar, Maksim Lavrov and Martyna Rakowska join the Group

Joana Dopp, Hewa Khalilifar, Maksim Lavrov and Martyna Rakowska join the group as part of the research placements programme.  Joana is funded by Alzheimer's Research UK (ARUK), Hewa by Imperial College...

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Posted by | 9 June 2016
Lucien West successfully defends his PhD thesis

Lucien West successfully defends his PhD thesis.  Congratulations Dr West.

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Posted by | 16 May 2016
Picture perfect for Lucien West

Lucien West takes a position as an Advanced Imaging Specialist at Nikon Instruments UK.

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Posted by | 15 April 2016
Onward and upward for Peter Bloomfield

With PhD in hand, Peter Bloomfield starts postdoctoral work in Bill Richardson’s laboratory at University College London.

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Posted by | 26 February 2016
Constant gardener image is Biomedical Picture of the Day

Image showing microglia extending to connect with neurons is published on 26 February 2016 on the Biomedical Picture of the Day (BPoD) web site.

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Posted by | 16 February 2016
Path of invasion image is Biomedical Picture of the Day

An intravital image showing the spread of glioblastoma in the human brain is published on 16 February 2016 on the Biomedical Picture of the Day (BPoD) web site.

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Posted by | 1 December 2015
Raquel Real and Antonio Trabalza’s work selected for talk at Keystone Symposia in Santa Fe

Raquel Real and Antonio Trabalza are studying axon and synaptic pathology in neurons derived from human-induced pluripotent stem cells, grafted into the mouse brain for longitudinal multiphoton imaging. To model Alzheimer's...

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Posted by | 16 November 2015
Peter Bloomfield successfully defends his PhD thesis

Peter Bloomfield successfully defends his PhD thesis.  Congratulations Dr Bloomfield!

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