Past students' projects and first employment after Ph.D. and current employment.

1994

Daphne Glenn
The role of GTP-binding proteins in regulated exocytosis
Viva held December 1998, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Research position at Cambridge Genetics Ltd, Babraham, Cambridge.

Luke Chamberlain
The role of cysteine string proteins in regulated exocytosis
Viva held July 1998, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Glasgow (with Gwyn Gould).
Current Post: Readership, Strathclyde University.

Guy Bate
Achlorhydria and its consequences for gastric endocrine cell function
Viva held November 1998, Ph.D awarded.
Awarded The Physiological Society Pfizer Prize in 1999
1st Post: Trainee Management Consultant with Cambridge Pharma, Cambridge
Current Post: Head of Commercial Strategy at LEO Pharma.

Peter Djali
Amine synthesis and storage in gastroenteropancreatic endocrine cells
Viva held January 1999, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Biological Sciences, University of Liverpool (with Michael White).
Current Post: EU Sales Manager at Essen Instruments.

Matthew Lancaster
Regional differences in regulation of intracellular sodium in rabbit left ventricle
Viva held December 1998, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Dept. of Physiology, University of Leeds (with Mark Boyett).
Current Post: Lecturer, University of Hull.

1995

Kate Turner
An investigation into the proteins involved in regulated exocytosis
Viva held December 1999, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Scientific position in biotechnology industry with Onyvax, London.
Current Post: Medical Doctor.

Madelaine Craske
Monitoring the distribution of calmodulin and the calcium-calmodulin binding reaction in isolated pancreatic acinar cells
Viva held December 1999, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral position, Stanford University, USA (with Tobias Meyer).
Current Post: Research Scientist at Active Motif.

Catherine Overend
The effect of modulating calcium-induced calcium release on the properties of spontaneous and systolic calcium release in rat ventricular myocytes
Viva held December 1999, Ph.D awarded.
Current Post: Permanent position as microbiologist at The Defence Evaluation Research Agency (DERA) at Porton Down.

Colin Blackmore
Modulation of intravesicular pH and progastrin processing by vesicular monoamine transporters
Viva held December 1999, Ph.D awarded.
Awarded The Physiological Society Pfizer Prize in 1999
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Dept. of Pharmacology, University of Cambridge (with Peter McNaughton).
Current Post: Consultant at TIBCO Software.

Naomi Buttell
Factors affecting internal pH and its control in the myometrium
Viva held December 1999, Ph.D awarded.
Current Post: Business Development Manager, Sunscript Pharmacies, UK.

1996

Lee Haynes
Molecular and structural analysis of SNAP/NSF interactions with syntaxin in regulated exocytosis.
Viva held September 2000, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Institute for Cancer Studies, University of Birmingham (with Michael Wakelam).
Current Post: Lecturer, University of Liverpool.

Richard Fisher
Analysis of the role of nSec-1 in regulated exocytosis using combined molecular and electrophysiological approaches.
Viva held November 2000, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Wellcome Trust Prize Fellowship, Department of Physiology, University of Liverpool (with Bob Burgoyne).
Current Post: Global Publications Leader, Women's Cancer & DDR Franchise, AstraZeneca (Cambridge, UK).

Damian Deavall
Physiological regulation of cholecystokinin gene transcription.
Viva held December 2000, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Department of Physiology, University of Liverpool (with Fiona Watson).
Current Post: Scientist, AstraZeneca.

Gillian Sibbring
Immediate and long term effects of the renin-angiotensin system in cardiac muscle.
Viva held January 2001, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Department of Immunology, University of Liverpool (with Jez McLaughlin).
Current Post: Research Manager at Complete Clarity.

Ian Mills
A study of the function of the early endosomal antigen-1.
Viva held November 2000, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge (with Harvey McMahon).
Current Post: EMBL Group Leader at the Centre for Molecular Medicine, Norway.

1997

Zara Khan
Molecular mechanisms of altered gastrointestinal function in gastrin deficient mice.
Viva held November 2001, Ph.D awarded. 
Current Post: Post-doctoral research, Astra-Zeneka, Macclesfield.

Hocine Mankouri
Yeast as a model organism for the study of ageing.
Viva held December 2001, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, ICRF Molecular Oncology Laboratory, University of Oxford (with Ian Hickson).
Current Post: Associate Professor, University Copenhagen.

Alex Laude
C.A.L.I. applied to calcium signalling.
Viva held October 2001, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Department of Pharmacology, University of Cambridge (with Colin Taylor).
Current Post: Imaging Centre Manager, University Newcastle upon Tyne.

Alex Harmer
The role of IP4 in calcium signalling.
Viva held October 2001, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Department of Pharmacology, University of Cambridge (with Robin Irvine F.R.S.).
Current Post: Senior Safety Scientist, AstraZeneca.

Mark Cuff
Molecular insights into the role of dietary fibre and maintenance of colonic health.
Viva held December 2001, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Wellcome Trust Prize Fellowship, Department of Veterinary Preclinical Sciences, University of Liverpool (with Soraya Shirazi-Beechey).
Current Post: Health and Safety Executive.

1998

Rebecca Longbottom
Calcium and calmodulin dependent gene expression in pancreatic acinar cells.
Viva held November 2002, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, University College, London, (with Talvinder Sihra).
Current Post: Medical Student Barts and London School of Medicine and Dentistry.

Donna Walker
Localisation and function of a novel FYVE domain protein.
Viva held March 2003, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Plant Data Co-ordinator, Nestle.
Current Post: Data Analyst, Kraft Foods.

Lenka Ivings
Investigation of the neuronal calcium sensor protein neurocalcin d.
Viva held November 2002, Ph.D awarded. 
Current Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Molecular Medicine Unit, University of Leeds (with Chris Ingelhearn).

Michael Ashby
Calcium release mechanisms in polarized cells.
Viva December 2002, Ph.D. awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, MRC Centre for Synaptic Plasticity, University of Bristol (with Jeremy Henley).
Current Post: Lecturer, University Bristol.

Dean Hammond
Dynamics of Met:the receptor for hepatocyte growth factor/scatter factor.
Viva held November 2002, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Department of Physiology, University of Liverpool, (with Mike Clague).
Current Post: PDRA, Prof. Rob Beynon, University of Liverpool.

1999

Deborah Archer
The regulation of exocytosis by complexin and synaptotagmin.
Viva held October 2003, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: P.G.C.E. teacher training.
Current Post: Teacher.

Felicity Ashcroft
Investigation of the effects of regenerating gene product CReg and its putative receptor EXTL3 on the gastric epithelium.
Viva held November 2003, Ph.D awarded. 
1st  Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Department of Physiology, University of Liverpool, (with Graham Dockray).
Current Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Mancini Lab Baylor College of Medicine, USA.

Dermott O'Callaghan
Molecular aspects of intracellular targeting and translocation of members of the neuronal calcium sensor family.
Viva held October 2003, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Wellcome Trust Prize Fellowship, Department of Physiology, University of Liverpool (with Bob Burgoyne).
Current Post: Lead, 74 Consultancy.

Adelina Pagliocca
Role of gastrin in gastric epithelial organisation and maturation. 
Viva held December 2003, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Department of Physiology, University of Liverpool, (with Graham Dockray).
Current Post: Senior Development Manager, Medicines Development.

2000

Stephanie Carter
Met trafficking, signalling and tumourigenesis: the role of endocytosis and the ubiquitin-proteasome pathway. 
Viva held November 2004, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, FRS at the Beatson Institute, Glasgow, (with Dr. Karen Vousden).
Current Post: Medical Writer, Manchester.

Tim Craig
Phosphorylation of exocytotic proteins. 
Viva held November 2004, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Wellcome Trust Postdoctoral Training Fellowship at the University of Oxford.
Current Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Jeremy Henley lab, University Bristol.

Nick Dolman
Studies of interactions between endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria in the pancreatic acinar cells. 
Viva held December 2004, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post doctoral research Fellow with Dr Jeff Diamond at Synaptic Physiology Unit, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA.
Current Post: Senior Staff Scientist Life Technologies.

Elaine Hemers
Paracrine regulators of gastric epithelial organisation and function. 
Viva held February 2005, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Postdoctoral position in the Stem Cell Division in the School of Biological Sciences, University of Liverpool.
Current Post: Senior Lecturer, John Moores University, Liverpool.

Kojiro Yano
The resting cytosolic Ca2+ level and Ca2+ signal generation in pancreatic acinar cells.
Viva held October 2004, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Department of Physiology, University of Cambridge (with Dr. Hugh Robinson).
Current Post: Associate Professor Osaka Institute of Technology.

2001

Burcu Hasdemir
The NCS protein KChIP1 and its role in the traffic of Kv4.2 potassium channels to the plasma membrane. 
Viva held September 2005, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral position, Departments of Surgery and Physiology, University of California (with Nigel Bunnett).
Current Post: Research Associate SF VA Medical Centre

Rachel Floyd
The role of the Na, K-ATPase in the uterus. 
Viva held November 2005, Ph.D awarded. 
Current Post: Post-doctoral position, Department of Physiology, Liverpool University (with Ted Burdyga and Susan Wray).

John McCullough
AMSH: an endosome associated deubiquitinating enzyme. 
Viva held November 2005, Ph.D awarded. 
Post-doctoral position, Department of Physiology, Liverpool University (with Mike Clague).
Current Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, University Utah (with Wes Sundquist).

Nicole Gennet
Activity dependant neuroprotective protein: an initial characterisation of its role in cell physiology. 
Viva held November 2005, Ph.D awarded.
Current Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Imperial College London.

Francis Fung
Molecular mechanisms involved in nutrient (butyrate) regulation of gene expression in the colonic epithelium. 
Viva held December 2005, Ph.D awarded.
Current Post: Clinical Biochemist Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital Trust.

2002

Daniel Fitzgerald
The identification and characterisation of neuronal calcium sensor interacting proteins . 
Viva held November 2006, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral position, Department Biochemistry, University Bristol (with Pete Cullen).
Current Post: Medical student, Oxford University.

Mark Sherwood
Ca2+, pH and trypsinogen activation in a novel endocytic compartment of pancreatic acinar cells 
Viva held November 2006, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral position, RIKEN Institute,Tokyo, Japan with Professor Katsuhiko Mikoshiba.
Current Post: RIKEN Foreign Post-doctoral research Fellowship.

Guillaume de Lartigue
Modulation of gut-brain signalling: CCK effects on vagal afferent neurons. 
Viva held November 2006, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral position, Dept. of Physiology, Liverpool University with Professor Graham Dockray.
Current Post: Project Scientist, University of California.

Irit Stern
Regulation of the Intestinal Glucose Transporter, SGLT1; in Health and Disease. 
Viva held November 2006, Ph.D awarded.

Eleanor Spencer
Transcriptional regulation of Preprotachykinin -A (PPT-A) in the hippocampus. 
Viva held December 2006, Ph.D awarded.
Current Post: Secondary School Teacher.

2003

Cédric Duval
Regulation of urokinase plasminogen activator in the gastric epithelium 
Viva held November 2007, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral position, Dept. of Physiology, Liverpool University (with Professor Andrea Varro).
Current Post: Post-doctoral research assistant Leeds Institute for Molecular Medicine.

Gerald Prescott
The regulation of exocytosis by Akt/PKB phosphorylation in synapses. 
Viva in January 2008. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral position, Centre for Integrative Physiology, University of Edinburgh (with Luke Chamberlain).
Current Post: Teaching Fellow University St Andrews.

Louise Ashurst
Regulation of Gastrin/CCK Receptor (CCK2R) Expression 
Viva in December 2007, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Postdoctoral Research Associate, Biomedical Research Centre, NHS and University of Liverpool (with Professor Andrea Varro).
Current Post: Senior Medical Writer, Health Interactions.

Neil Venn
Probing the function of calsenilin and its relevance for Alzheimer's disease  
Viva held March 2008, Ph.D awarded.
Current Post: Senior Medical writer at Prime Medica.

2004

Carol Roberts
Studies to examine the interaction between Crohn’s disease mucosa-associated Escherichia coli and intestinal M cells 
Viva held in January 2009, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral position with Prof Jon M Rhodes and Dr Barry J Campbell, Gastroenterology research unit, Liverpool University.
Current Post: Associate Business Manager, University of Liverpool.

Jane Whittingham
Regulation and function of phosphatidylinositol 3,5-bisphosphate within the mammalian endocytic pathway
Viva held in November 2008, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral position with Prof. Jonathan Scholey at University of California.
Current Post: Freelance Medical Writer and Editor.

Richard Buus
Identification of deubiquitinating enzymes involved in HGF-dependent cell scattering
Viva held in December 2008, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral position with Prof. Marco Falasca, Blizard Institute for Cell and Molecular Science, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Current Post: Senior PDRA, Institute of Cancer Research.

Angharad Michael
Regulation and function of TIMPs in gastric epithelium
Viva held in December 2008, Ph.D awarded.
Current Post: Technical Operations Scientist, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics.

Fahad Ali
Variation in functional domains affecting expression of the human serotonin transporter gene: Consequences for behavioural disorders 
Viva held in November 2008, Ph.D awarded. 
Current Post: Post-doctoral position with Anna Philpott, Cambridge University.

2005

Hannah Stevens
Investigation of the role of tandem repeats in latency and reactivation of Herpes viruses 
Viva held December 2009, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Dept. of Pathway Medicine, University of Edinburgh (with Amy Buck).
Current Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, University of Glasgow.

Sebastian Hayes
A systematic analysis of DUB and RING E3 ligase interactions
Viva held December 2009, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Dept. of Pathology, Harvard Medical School (with Wade Harper).

Christopher Holmberg 
Myofibroblasts and the gastric stem cell niche 
Viva held December 2009, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, University of Liverpool (with Professor Andrea Varro).
Current Post: Medical Student University of Liverpool.

Sarah Flowerdew 
Regulation of the traffic of Kv4 K+ channels 
Viva held December 2009, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Postdoctoral researcher at Integrated Center for Research and Treatment of Vertigo, Balance and Ocular Motor Disorders, Department of Neurology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, Munich.

Michele Riesen 
Mechanisms of yeast ageing 
Viva held December 2009, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, UCL.

2006

Jonathan Woodsmith
Functional characterisation of the human E2-E3 RING interaction network
Viva held December 2010, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Dept. of Pathway Medicine, University of Edinburgh (with Amy Buck).
Current Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Stelzl lab, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics.

Sarah Arrowsmith
The role of cholesterol in post-term pregnancy
Viva held December 2010, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, University of Liverpool (with Professor Sue Wray).

Gyorgy Lur
Store operated calcium entry in pancreatic acinar cells
Viva held December 2010, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Yale University.

Christopher Thorne
The role of deubiquitinating enzymes in tumour formation and metastasis
Viva held December 2010, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Scientific Manager, Horizon Discovery.

Ciara Walsh
The cell biology of SOC channel activation
Viva held December 2010, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Senior Scientist, Qiagen, Manchester.

2007

Hannah McCue
Characterisation of CABP7 and 8
Viva held December 2011, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Dept. of Physiology, University of Liverpool (with Bob Burgoyne).

Daniel Booth
The interaction between clathrin and microtubules during mitosis
Viva held December 2011, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Bill Earnshaw Lab, University of Edinburgh.

Pawel Ferdek
Bcl-2 family proteins, role in pathology and physiology in pancreatic acinar cells
Viva held January 2012, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, University of Cardiff (with Prof Ole Petersen).

Amanda Heath
Investigation of the mechanism underlying myometrial contractility in diabetic pregnancy
Viva held December 2011, Ph.D awarded. 
1st Post: PGCE teacher training.

Robert Jenn
A Systematic Investigation of the Human Transmembrane E3-RING Proteins
Viva to be held March 2012.
1st Post: Trainee Medical Writer, Mudskipper Business Ltd.

2008

Hayley Dingsdale
The physiology and pharmacology of store-operated Ca2+ channels.
Viva held February 2013, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, Duke University, USA.

Matthew Edmonds
The role of palmitoylation in neuronal function in C. elegans.
Viva held July 2013, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Post-doctoral research assistant, University of Liverpool (with Dr Jason Parsons).

Hayley Robinson
An investigation of the effects of H2S on the myometrial function.
Viva held December 2012, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Development Chemist, Pentagon Fine Chemicals, Widnes.

Lily Wang
The role of microRNAs in myofibroblasts in relation to tissue remodelling in the upper gastrointestinal tract cancer.
Viva held April 2013, Ph.D awarded.

2009

Leanne Bloxam
The involvement of heat shock proteins in ageing in yeast.
Viva held December 2013, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Lecturer in Biomedical Science, LJMU.

Liam Cheeseman
Identification of microtubule crosslinkers of the mitotic spindle and their functions.
Viva held September 2013, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Postdoctoral Research Fellow at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge.

Jacqui-Ann Hanley
An investigation into the role of lactate and extracellular acidification in dysfunctional labour.
Viva held November 2013, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Patient and Public Involvement Co-ordinator, Kidney Research UK. 

Craig J Mageean
Cellular responses to oncogenic Ras signalling.
Viva held October 2014, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Tubingen, Germany.

Vicky Martin
Characterisation of the interactions between NCS-1 and proteins in the pathway leading to neurotransmission.
Viva held December 2013, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Project Co-ordinator, Unilever.

2010

Sandhir Kandola
The role of PAI-1 in epithelial-stromal interactions in vivo.
Viva held February 2014, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Surgical trainee in Manchester.

Jin Rui Liang
Regulation of mitochondrial protein dynamics and mitochondrial functions by reversible ubiquitination.
Viva held January 2015, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Postdoctoral Reserach fellow, Innovative Genomics Inititaive, Li Ka Shing Centre at University of California Berkeley, USA.

Anna Newlaczyl
Isoform-specific Ras function during development.
1st Post:

Emmanuel Okeke
Store operated Ca2+ entry in apoptotic cells.
Viva held April 2015, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Postdoctoral Scientist, Department of Biochemistry, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, USA.

Tony Parker
Interplay between cAMP and Ca2+ signalling cascades: focus on store operated Ca entry.
Viva held April 2015, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Postdoctoral Scientist at the Department of Biochemistry, Institute of Integrative Biology and Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology.

 

2011

Sarah Darling
Profiling deubiquitylase activity during the cell cycle reveals phosphorylation-dependent regulation of USP7 activity at G1/S.
Viva held 2017
1st Post: Senior Research Technician in Hiro Yamano’s lab (Cell Cycle Control Laboratory, UCL Cancer Institute, London).

Alice Howarth
Investigation of a role for the endosomal deubiquitylase USP8 in cancer cell survival pathways.
Viva held 2016

Dayani Rajamanoharan
Identification of novel interaction partners of CaBP7 and its role in mitosis and cell cycle regulation.
Viva held November 2015, Ph.D awarded.
1st Post: Formulation Chemist, Unilever.

Kelly Ward
Analysing the angiogenic potential of mesothelial cells in vitro and in vivo
Viva held 2017
1st Post: Grant Thornton UK

Joanna Wardyn
The effect of Nrf-2/NF-kB cross-talk on neural cells.
Viva held February 2016, Ph.D awarded
1st Post: Postdoc, Cancer Science Institute, National University of Singapore

2012

Bronwyn Dawson
A Network Informed Investigation to Elucidate Novel Effectors of Synaptic Function
Viva held 2017
1st Post: Accounting Assistant/United Utilities

Michela Pulix
Investigations into the functions and regulation of the microcephaly-associated trappc9 gene.
Viva held 2017

Paul Todd
Characterisation of the Ca2+ signaling pathway involved in the control of Temperature Dependent Locomotion by Neuronal Calcium Sensor-1 in Caenorhabditis elegans
Viva held 2016
1st Post: Associate research analyst at MarketLine (GlobalData), Manchester

Matthew Concannon
Exploring the Roles and Interplay of REST and USP15 in Cancer
Viva held September 2017

Jennifer McNamee
Investigating the molecular mechanism of Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia neuropathies
Viva held January 2018
1st Post: Trainee editor at Spandidos Publications (scientific publishers) in London

2013

Zohra Butt
Elucidating BAP1-microRNA regulatory networks in mesothelioma
Viva held April 2018
1st Post: Healthcare Scientist (Research Laboratory), Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust / University of Liverpool

Jack Morton
Evaluation of bioenergetic changes in blood cells during acute
Viva held February 2019
1st Post: Healthcare Innovation Project Manager with 2Bio Ltd. Liverpool.

Helen Tanton
An investigation into the expression and the role of Inhibitory Factor 1 in pancreatic acinar cells and pancreatic cancer
Viva held December 2017
1st Post: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.

Joanna Thomas
Adhesion receptor and matrix metalloproteinase crosstalk: molecular mechanisms and impact on tumour cell invasion.
Viva held: August 2018
1st Post: Postdoc position in Kandice Tanner’s lab at the National Institute of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD, USA.

Shi Quan Wong
Using Caenorhabditis elegans to identify succinimide-based neuroprotective compounds and their mechanisms of actions.
Viva held December 2017
1st Post: Postdoc at Brown University, USA

2014

Douglas Grimes
ESCRT-0 co-ordination of GTPase signaling through EGFR activation.

Louise Thompson
Modelling pathogen interactions with the follicle-associated epithelium in 3-D.