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Ms Amy Campbell
BBSRC DTP PhD student
LabA, Centre for Proteome Research
Institute of Integrative Biology
University of Liverpool,
Crown Street
Liverpool L69 7ZB
Tel: +44 151 794 5344

Email: hlacampb [at] liv.ac.uk




I graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2014 with a BSc in Biochemistry. In the final year of my degree I completed a research project looking at proteins involved in border cell migration in Drosophila, as a model for ovarian cancer in humans. I am now starting a BBSRC DTP funded PhD studentship, in which I will be using quantitative phosphoproteomics to look at the role of reversible phosphorylation in Drosophila development. In particular, my project will be focused on the protein PNUTS, known to play a key role in developmental growth by regulating reversible phosphorylation.


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B.Sc. Biochemistry, University of Liverpool