Thanks to our MRC IRB QBP SS & URSS RR
|Thanks to Rachael for coming to the lab as a IRB summer school student in QBP. Great chalk talk, and thanks for all your hard work, Indonesian cupcakes and good luck for your next year at Warwick!|
Thanks Inbar for spending her URSS summer in the Chrono Lab!
Pleasure to have had Inbar in the lab as a Warwick URSS summer student. All the best for your next year at Warwick!
The cells will miss you!
New research article in Scientific Reports on circadian Pgp expression and its importance for drug transporters
Co-lead author Swati A. Kumar in a collaboration with Annabelle Ballesta, Alper Okyar, Francis Lévi, Enza Piccolo and us entitled: Sex-, feeding-, and circadian time-dependency of P-glycoprotein expression and activity - implications for mechanistic pharmacokinetics modeling, we described how time-of-day of drug adminstration might lead to different pharmacokinetic profiles in male and female mice.
Alper Okyar, Swati Kumar, Elisabeth Filipski, Enza Piccolo, Narin Ozturk, Helena Xandri-Monje, Zeliha Pala, Kristin Abraham, Ana Rita Gato de Jesus Gomes, Mehmet N. Orman, Xiao-Mei Li, Robert Dallmann, Francis Lévi, Annabelle Ballesta, Scientific Reports, 2019, DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-46977-0
At the graduation ceremony of the Lessing Gymnasium Uelzen, Germany, Robert argued for later school start times for teenagers, which was unfortunately overlooked by the local newspaper when covering the event.
A very warm welcome to Warwick undergraduate students Inbar and Rachael who managed to secure funding from the URSS and QBP summer schools, respectively, to the lab for their summer projects on circadian clocks.