Recent Posts by Sean Woodliffe

Rick Maizels & the Maizels Laboratory Relocation

Rick Maizels and the Maizels Laboratory have relocated to the Wellcome Centre for Molecular Parasitology, at the Institute of Immunity, Infection and Inflammation at the University of Glasgow. Please see our contact page for our new details.
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Kenneth Rainin Foundation Annual Innovations Symposium

Rick Maizels spoke at the Kenneth Rainin Foundation's Annual Innovations Symposium in San Francisco in July 2015.  The foundation supports cutting edge research projects that work on diagnosing, treating and curing Inflammatory Bowl Disease.  Rick is a foundation grantee.  He was interviewed along with other scientists and researchers on why they attend the event. To…
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Janice Murray’s work shortlisted in Spot On Micro Image Contest & Exhibition

Janice Murray has had two images shortlisted in the Spot On Micro Image Contest and Exhibition. To see Janice's entries and all others please go to: The exhibition is now on at The Royal Botanic Garden of Edinburgh and closes on Sunday 18 October. All images in the competition are on display and visitors…
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David Dresser’s recent publications available

To access a PDF copy of the paper please click on the paper title. Dresser, D.W. (2014). The Transcription Factors GATA-1 and GATA-4 have opposite effects on DNA expression drivers by an Amh promoter.  American Journal of Molecular Biology 4, (150-158). Dresser, D.W. (2013). Interaction betweeen the Wilms tumour factor-1 element in the promoter of Amh…
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EMYH2014 Success

During the recent 1st European Meeting for Young Researchers on soil-transmitted Helminths: “Host-helminth Interactions from a Global Health Perspective” (Jongny, Switzerland), no fewer than three lab members returned with prizes: Best Poster Presentation Award: Janice Murray Best Oral Presentation Award: Gillian Coakley Best Combined (Oral & Poster) Presentation Award: Chris Johnston
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