The John James Bristol Foundation announce continued support for the Colorectal Tumour Biology Group 14 August 2018 The John James Bristol Foundation continue support for the Colorectal Tumour Group in Cellular and Molecular Medicine.
- The John James Bristol Foundation announce continued support for the Colorectal Tumour Biology Group 14 August 2018 The John James Bristol Foundation continue support for the Colorectal Tumour Group in Cellular and Molecular Medicine.
- CMM hosted the 12th Mammalian Genes, Development and Disease Meeting on 6 July 2018 9 July 2018 On Friday 6 July the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM) hosted the 12th Mammalian Genes, Development and Disease Meeting (MGDD), sponsored by The Genetics Society.
- CRUK awards Bristol researcher £1.4 million to investigate cancer growth containment 5 July 2018 University of Bristol researcher, Professor Eugenia Piddini from the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, has been awarded a prestigious Programme Foundation Award worth £1.4 million by Cancer Research UK (CRUK) to lead research into how the natural properties of normal non-cancer cells can be harnessed to contain cancer growth.
- £2.9 million awarded to tackling Antibacterial Resistance in Thailand 22 June 2018 An inter-disciplinary research consortium led by the University of Bristol has won a £2.9m award from the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) to help tackle the growing incidence of antibacterial resistance in Thailand
- CMM Photo Competition 2018: The Winners 1 June 2018 Each year the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine holds a photo competition, open to all the staff and postgraduates in the School.
- Weeding out childhood leukaemia – fighting cancer with nature 25 May 2018 New research, led by cancer biologists from the University of Bristol, has shown that bone marrow cells can protect cancer cells from a plant derived anti-cancer agent called Parthenolide.
- Improving the delivery of siRNA into three-dimensional tissue culture 25 May 2018 Researchers in CMM have refined the current methodology for gene silencing to greatly improve the delivery of siRNAs to three-dimensional tissue culture, where previously the method has been extremely inefficient.
- Dr Adam Perriman visits the House of Lords 22 May 2018 Dr Adam Perriman was recently treated to a special House of Lords Breakfast, which was organised by SynbiCITE, the UK's National Industrial Translation Centre for Synthetic Biology.
- Business Enterprise Fellowship Award for Ben Carter 18 May 2018 Ben Carter has been awarded a Business Enterprise Fellowship from the Royal Society of Edinburgh to work as a business development officer in the Cellular and Molecular Medicine based spin-out company CytoSeek.
- Do bacteria produce toxins to cause disease? 16 May 2018 The School is delighted to announce Dr Ruth Massey has been awarded a Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) grant to research if bacteria produce toxins to cause disease.