Destinations

2008 cohort

Peter Billcliff

The role of CD317/tetherin in the organisation of membrane microdomains. 

  • Viva held October 2012, Ph.D awarded. 
  • 1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Cell Organisation and Dynamics, University of Manchester (with Martin Lowe.
  • Current Post: As above.

Graham Britton

Membrane-proximal signaling in the regulation of CD4+ T-cell differentiation and function.

  • Viva held May 2013, Ph.D awarded.
  • 1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, School of Cellular & Molecular Medicine, University of Bristol (with David Wraith).
  • Current Post: As above.

John Gillespie

The role of PDZ scaffolding protein CASK and CaMKII in synaptic plasticity and learning in Drosophila larvae.

  • Viva held March 2013, Ph.D awarded.
  • 1st Post: Graduate level entry to Medicine, Imperial College London.
  • Current Post: As above.

Court Harding

Functional characterisation of expressed α9α10 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor channels.

  • Viva held November 2013, Ph.D awarded.
  • 1st Post: Travelling.
  • Current Post: As above.

Ian McGough

Functional analysis of retromer-mediated sorting.

  • Viva held November 2012, Ph.D awarded.
  • 1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, School of Biochemistry, University of Bristol (with Peter Cullen).
  • Current Post: PDRA, National Institute for Medical Research, London (with Jean-Paul Vincent).

2009 Cohort

Jennifer Batson

Regulation of contact inhibition of locomotion by Eph-ephrin signaling.

  • Viva held November 2013, Ph.D awarded.
  • 1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, University of Nottingham (with David Bates).
  • Current Post: As above.

Laura Dearden

Nutrient-mediated transcriptomes in the Paraventricular Nucleus of the Hypothalmas: dynamic regulation and downstream physiology.

  • Viva held December 2013, Ph.D awarded.
  • 1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Metabolic Research Laboratories, University of Cambridge (with Susan Ozanne).
  • Current Post: As above.

Katie Dunstan

Tetherin in cytokinesis.

  • Viva held January 2014, Ph.D awarded.
  • 1st Post: P.G.C.E. teacher training.
  • Current Post: Teacher, Cotham School, Bristol.

Thomas MacVicar

Autophagy and mitochondrial quality control in homeostasis and disease.

  • Viva held November 2013, Ph.D awarded.
  • 1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, CECAD Research Center, University of Cologne, Germany (with Thomas Langer).
  • Current Post: As above.

William Razzell

Wound healing studies in Drosophila melanogaster embryos.

  • Viva held November 2013, Ph.D awarded.
  • 1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre, New York, U.S.A. (with Jennifer Zallen).
  • Current Post: As above.

2010 Cohort

Nicole Antonio

Modulating the inflammatory response towards cancer in Zebrafish.

  • Viva to be held 2015.
  • 1st Post: (with).

Amanda Bell

Investigating the role of the cytoskeleton in assembly and stabilization of erythroid membrane protein complexes during erythropoiesis.

  • Viva held November 2014. Ph.D. awarded.WT
  • 1st Post: Scientist at Discovery Bioscience Team, Cancer Research Technologies, Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge (with Agnes Martin).

Elizabeth Emery

Investigations into the biological function and regulation of Lgr5 in colorectal tumorigenesis and the importance of tumour stem cell adaptation to the tumour microenvironment.

  • Viva to be held 2015.
  • 1st Post:

Matthew Gallon

A molecular analysis of endosome to plasma membrane recycling mediated by retromer.

  • Viva held November 2014. Ph.D. awarded.
  • 1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, School of Biochemistry, University of Bristol (with Peter Cullen).

Alexandra Shephard

Identification of BCL-3 as a novel regulator of β-catenin activity: Implications on colorectal carcinogenesis.

  • Viva to be held 2014.
  • 1st Post: 
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