Hot off the press from Claudia Manzoni in the group is a new review bringing together the different ‘omic approaches – looking at the whole of the human genome, exome and proteome – to understanding human disease. Read all about it on the Briefings in Bioinformatics website:
I was delighted to host 10 A level students from the More House School in Frensham this afternoon, who got a behind the scenes peek at research in the Hopkins building and a talk about my career in biomedical research and into Parkinson’s disease.
I spent the last two days in Leeds attending the biennial Parkinson’s UK conference – some really excellent research, spanning basic biology underpinning the causes of Parkinson’s through to clinical trials that are testing whether we can slow down or even halt the progression of this disease. More to come over the next few days…
Many congratulations to Dr Kristina Katsemonova, whose PhD thesis I had the pleasure of examining on Thursday. Kristina studied for her PhD at the MRC Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit, part of the University of Dundee, under the supervision of Professor Dario Alessi.