Inside the Institute of Systems, Molecular and Integrative Biology

Read our blog to get to know us better, with first-hand accounts from our researchers, lecturers and students about life in the Institute of Systems, Molecular and Integrative Biology.

My First Paper: Reecha Sofat

Posted on: 3 March 2022 | Category: March 2022 posts

As part of our new initiative across the Faculty, we will be showcasing research and their researchers across the board engaging with the future generations of researchers. Our first researcher from ISMIB is Professor Reecha Sofat, telling us all about her first research paper.

PhD Students Insight to studying Biochemistry - Biology Week 2021

Posted on: 7 October 2021 | Category: October posts

Thanyaporn Tengsuttiwat, 3rd year PhD student provides an insight to her experience and PhD journey studying Biochemistry whilst at the University of Liverpool. \n

How do Komodo dragons keep warm?

Posted on: 14 March 2021 | Category: March 2022 posts

My name is Meghan Hill and I am a final year MBiolSci student studying biological sciences. I am particularly interested in the field of animal behaviour and am currently undertaking a 1-year internship with the Behaviour and Welfare department at Chester Zoo while also completing my Master's studies.

Student wins prize at British Pharmacology Society conference

Posted on: 8 January 2021 | Category: January posts

Beth Heaton in the laboratory

Beth Heaton, a PhD student in the department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, has won an award at the annual British Pharmacological Society (BPS: Pharmacology 2020) conference for her work on glucose uptake transporters in human immune cells.

Life Sciences Employability Week

Posted on: 11 December 2020 | Category: December posts

Life Sciences Employability Week

Life Sciences Employability Week (LSEW) 2020 ran across the week beginning 23 November, with a total of 20 online events open to all students across the School of Life Sciences and School of Psychology.

Spotlight: Lung cancer research in Liverpool

Posted on: 30 November 2020 | Category: November posts

As Lung Cancer Awareness Month comes to a close, we reflect on the vital research taking place in Liverpool.

Spotlight: Professor Eithne Costello - pancreatic cancer research

Posted on: 19 November 2020 | Category: November posts

Professor Eithne Costello

This edition of Spotlight focusses on Professor Eithne Costello from the Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine. Eithne joined the University of Liverpool in 1999, where she established her own research group focused on pancreatic cancer, with a particular emphasis on early diagnosis.

Life as a PhD Student in Lockdown

Posted on: 16 November 2020 | Category: November posts

Rebecca Jensen in University Square after her MRes graduation ceremony

Rebecca Jensen is a PhD student in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. During the first national lockdown she was unable to continue her original research from home, and so she decided to volunteer for the ISARIC/WHO CCP study which looks at the urgent questions posed by Covid-19. Here she tells us what that was like, and how she is coping with the second national lockdown.

Spotlight: Professor Sarah Coupland

Posted on: 13 November 2020 | Category: November posts

Professor Sarah Coupland

This edition of Spotlight focusses on Professor Sarah Coupland from the Department of Molecular and Clinical Cancer Medicine. Sarah holds the George Holt Chair in Pathology and is an Honorary Consultant Histopathologist at the Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

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    My First Paper: Reecha Sofat

    Posted on: 3 March 2022 | Category: March 2022 posts

    As part of our new initiative across the Faculty, we will be showcasing research and their researchers across the board engaging with the future generations of researchers. Our first researcher from ISMIB is Professor Reecha Sofat, telling us all about her first research paper.

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