As cases of chronic kidney disease continue to rise, scientists now have a better understanding of its causes and treatment, thanks to innovative research led by the University of St Andrews.
PhD students Jennifer Bre and Awa Sarr recently attended the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) annual meeting in Chicago.
Dr Paul Reynolds was recently invited by Dr Barua to give a seminar on some of his lab’s work on in vitro models of renal pathology.
The School recently hosted visitors from the Oman Medical College.
Awa Sarr recently attended the annual Commercial Training Event for PhD students organised by Medical Research Scotland. She presented a poster of her research project entitled: “Resistance mechanisms to Gemcitabine and Acelarin in pancreatic cancer”.
As part of the University Wellbeing and Engagement Group’s calendar of health and wellbeing activities (the theme for April is ‘cancer awareness and prevention’), Dr Paul Reynolds delivered a talk on cancer research at the University followed by a lab tour.