The Willis lab would like to welcome Dr. Jana Alexandrova who just joined us.
The Willis lab spent a whole day hiking around Bradgate Park and the surrounding villages in Leicestershire, followed by a well-earned late pub lunch!
Congratulations to Zoe Stephenson on her successful internship application at the Academy of Medical Sciences.
The Willis lab would like to welcome new PhD student Ryan Mordue who just joined us.
The Willis lab would like to welcome Dr. Ana Quintas who just joined us.
The Willis lab would like to welcome new PhD student Zoe Stephenson who just joined us.
The Willis lab would like to welcome Dr. David Piñeiro Del Rio who just joined us.
The Willis lab would like to welcome new PhD students Robert Harvey and Julian Wang who just joined us.
Congratulations to our oral and poster presenters from the Translation UK 2012 meeting in Southampton, especially award-winning Tom Jackson for best talk and Thomas Sbarrato for best poster.
The Willis lab would like to welcome Dr. Tuija Poyry who just joined us.
The Willis lab is going to attend a series of conferences:
– The British Toxicology Society Annual Congress 2012 at the University of Warwick from the 25th to the 28th of March 2012. Prof. Anne Willis is an invited speaker (“The control of the gene expression following toxic injury” on the 28/03/12) and several posters form the group and the MRC Toxicology Unit will be on display.
– The Translation UK Meeting 2012 at the University of Southampton from the 3rd to the 4th of April 2012.
The Willis lab attended the first East Midlands RNA Meeting in the MRC Toxicology Unit.
We would like to congratulate Dr Lucy Young for her succesful viva-voce.
One part of the Willis Lab attended the EMBO Conference 2011 on Protein Synthesis and Translation Control in Heidelberg, Germany. Other lab members were in Lausanne, Switzerland for the ISREC Symposium 2011 on Hallmarks and Horizons of Cancer.
The Willis Lab spent a whole day cycling/hiking round the Rutland Water Lake near Oakham, Leicestershire. This lab outing was followed by a dinner alfresco.
We would like to congratulate Dr Helen King for her succesful viva-voce.