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Rachel Clewes published paper
Rachel Clewes, Warwick 3rd year MIBTP student, has recently published a paper with her supervisor Professor Lorenzo Frigerio. The paper is entitled Aquaporins influence seed dormancy and germination in response to stress and was published on the online library, Wiley.
Marta Poblocka published paper
Leicester 3rd year MIBTP student Marta Poblocka contributed to a recent publication, Detecting and targeting senescent cells using molecularly imprinted nanoparticles. The paper was published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Robyn Wright best seminar presentation
Final year University of Warwick student Robyn Wright was awarded best seminar presentation voted by staff in memory of Xue Jiang at the recent Student Symposium. Robyn's talk was entitled Food or a free ride? The ability of a marine microbial community to degrade plastics.
Christian Møller-Olsen best poster
Third year MIBTP Warwick student Christian Moller-Olsen was awarded one to top five posters at the University of Warwick Student Symposium. His poster was entitled Molecular and cellular mechanisms of in vitro phage therapy.
Beth Richmond publication
First year Warwick MIBTP student, Beth Richmond, contributed to the paper Regulation of resource partitioning coordinates nitrogen and rhizobia responses and autoregulation of nodulation in the legume Medicago which was published on the website www.cell.com.
Liam Walker first author
Liam Walker, a final year Warwick student on the MIBTP programme, has had a first author publication in the journal Plant Methods. The paper is entitled 3DCellAtlas Meristem: a tool for the global cellular annotation of shoot apical meristems.
Marisa Di Monaco best poster
Marisa Di Monaco, Warwick third year MIBTP student, was awarded 1 of 5 best posters at the University of Warwick PGR Student Symposium. Marisa's poster was entitled: "What is the function of a cytoplasm-eating related protein in the nucleus?"
Olivia Nippe best seminar presentation
Olivia Nippe, Warwick final year student, was one of 5 students who was awarded best seminar at the University of Warwick Postgraduate Research Student Symposium. Olivia's presentation was entitled: "Do microbial effectors interfere with the plant circadian rhythm?"
Matt Jones published paper
Matt Jones, a Warwick second year MIBTP student, has had a paper published as a result of research from his training year mini-project. The project was undertaken at the University of Warwick with his now PhD supervisor Dr Daniel Hebenstreit: the paper is entitled Polymerase recycling contributes to transcriptional noise.
Alice Darbyshire published paper
Alice Darbyshire, Birmingham final year MIBTP student, contributed to a paper TOPII and chromosome movement help remove interlocks between entangled chromosomes during meiosis, which was published in JCB in December 2018.
Rory Osborne J Colhoun prize - BSPP
Rory Osborne, a final year Warwick student, was awarded the British Society for Plant Pathology (BSPP) J Colhoun prize at their 2018 presidential conference.
The best poster prize of £100 was awarded to Rory was for his poster "Exploiting effectors of a fungal mutualist to enhance crop production".
Picture: Rob Jackson, Rory and Murray Grant.
Anna Gonzalez Gil PH Gregory prize - BSPP
Anna Gonzalez Gil, a final year Warwick student, was awarded the British Society for Plant Pathology (BSPP) PH Gregory prize at their 2018 presidential conference.
The prize of £250 was awarded to Anna for the best presentation made by a young scientist who has not previously presented at a paper at a BSPP meeting. Anna's talk was entitled "Chromatin remodelling and its conserved role in plant biotic and abiotic stress responses".
Picture: Dawn Arnold, Anna and Murray Grant.
Ollie Odell Westmere Scholar
Ollie Odell, Birmingham 2017 iCASE student, received the Westmere Scholarship for the College of Life and Environmental Sciences for the 2018-19 academic year.
The Westmere Scholars role is to engage with postgraduate researcher communities, initiating and delivering researcher development activities and promoting the postgraduate researcher hub, Westmere.
Rachel Clewes published paper
2016 Warwick student Rachel Clewes had a paper published as a result of her MIBTP away mini-project at the University of Birmingham. The three-month project took place in 2017 under the supervision of Dr Juliet Coates and the paper, entitled Insights into the Evolution of Multicellularity from the Sea Lettuce Genome was published the following year.
Cerys Currie published paper
Cerys Currie, a final year Warwick MIBTP student, has published a paper as a result of research from her PhD. The paper, entitled, Bub1 is not essential for the checkpoint response to unattached kinetochores in diploid human cells was published in Current Biology in September 2018 and has already received a number of citations.