What the experts say
In our next Interviews with Scientists, meet James Quinn! James is a final year PhD student studying the proteolytic cleavage of tau in different types of dementia at the University of Manchester in The Hooper Lab.
Catriona is a final year PhD student on the EPSRC & MRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Regenerative Medicine programme at the University of Manchester. We spoke to Catriona all about her work for this latest post in our Interviews with Scientists series.
Agnese Solari is a final year PhD student working on cancer stem cells in human primary brain tumors like glioblastoma and meningioma at the Pharmacology Lab of Professors Barbieri and Florio, in the Experimental Neuroscience Dept at the University of Genova.
We spoke to Agnese all about her work, her interests, and what a typical day in the lab looks like for her.
Dr Samantha Murray is a researcher at the University of Otago, studying gene therapy in a model of Batten disease. We talked to her to find out more about her life, and her research...
We’re delighted to introduce Erica Brady next in our Interviews with Scientists series! Erica is currently doing a PhD at the University of Exeter, looking at how interneurons are contributing to the circuit disruptions seen in Alzheimer’s disease.
We’re thrilled to continue the 'Meet Our Expert Scientists' series, by speaking to the wonderful Professor Elek Molnár! Elek is Professor of Neuroscience at the School of Pharmacology and Neuroscience, University of Bristol, UK, and we are extremely proud to have him as a member of our Scientific Advisory Board. We are delighted that Elek has shared his work, experience and thoughts with us.
We’re so excited to share our latest Interviews with Scientists, in which we speak to the brilliant Christina Murray. Christina is a postdoctoral research associate at the UCL Dementia Research Institute and Queen Square Brain Bank, UCL Institute of Neurology.
We’re bringing you something a bit different with our latest Interviews with Scientists, and we were so happy when Maz got back to us to say she’d love to be interviewed! Maz is not only a researcher in bioengineering and regenerative medicine, she’s also a vlogger for the YouTube channel Have You Ever Wondered (HYEW).
We really do love to have a laugh here at Hello Bio. And as a team of scientists, it’s usually the case that we’re laughing about something science-related.
For the last few months, we’ve been sharing the science memes and jokes that have made us chuckle the most over on our social media channels. So, we thought we’d bring them all together into one blog post and share them with you!
Some are clever, some entirely relatable, and some are just, well, pretty silly actually – we hope that they raise a smile and brighten your day.
Dr Deborah Kronenberg-Versteeg is a Junior Research Fellow at Homerton College, and postdoctoral researcher at the Wellcome Trust – Medical Research Council Stem Cell Institute at the University of Cambridge in the UK. She’s currently working on understanding the role of white matter dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease. Find out what she had to say...