PhD student Dagmara Wiatrek has recently received a travel award from the European Macrophage and Dendritic Cell Society to attend their 29th meeting in Krakow, Poland. Dagmara will present a poster entitled “Alterations in zinc transporter expression during dendritic cell maturation".
Dr Jim Aiton celebrated his retirement in style by completing his first ever half marathon in the fantastic time of 2:03:33 and coming 28th in his age category in the Glasgow Half Marathon. Jim was supported on the day by his colleagues Matt Holden & Ruth Cruickshank who he had ...continue
On 2nd September PhD student Dagmara Wiatrek took part in a Life Sciences Event for Schools which was held at Perth High School. Dagmara conducted a series of workshops using ELISA technique and were attended by over 100 pupils aged between 12 and 17.
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