Our research programme in Cell and Developmental Biology is exploring the cellular basis of disease, the mechanisms that enable cell duplication, movement and repair and the self-organisational events that produce multi-cellular organisms. Our investigators also form the core of the Centre for Mechanochemical Cell Biology.
Biomedical Sciences and Health Sciences Joint Seminar: Art of UTI treatment: Doing it Wrong, Getting it Right Lessons from Microbiology, Pharmacology, Sun Tzu and Einstein, Professor Scott Glickman FRCS, UroPharma
SLS and WMS Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Seminar: Lysis-independent killing by cell wall-targeting antibiotics, Dr Henrik Strahl, Newcastle University
QBP Symposium 2023: Nuclear Mechanobiology and Chromatin Dynamics
Congratulations - Class of 2023
Our 2023 Summer Graduation took place on Thursday 20 July, celebrating the fantastic achievements of our very first cohort of undergraduate BSc Health & Medical Sciences students, our MB ChB, Master's and PhD students.
Olive oil and fresh, sun-ripened plant-based foods: the Mediterranean Diet as a winning combination for health
Pre-T cell receptor localization and trafficking are independent of its signaling
The zebra fish is a tropical fish that shares 70% of its DNA with humans. This makes it very useful to study to help us understand some human diseases. Dr Karuna Sampath tells us more.