New MethodsX paper: Label Free, Quantitative Single-Cell Fate Tracking of Time-Lapse Movies

Very excited to announce that in collaboration with the very talented Dr Liz Caldon, I have published a full guide and protocol for the simple, yet very powerful method for tracking and analysing individual single cells from time-lapse movies. This method can generate a huge amount of quantitative data and give amazing insights into the […]

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New Co-author Publications in Cell Reports, ACS Nano and Mol Oncology

It’s been a busy end to 2019 and start to 2020 with several new co-author publications being accepted. It’s been a pleasure collaborating with such a diverse and exciting bunch of researchers. Looking forward to more great and inspiring projects in 2020. Laan, S., Lévêque, M., Marcellin, G., Vezenkov, L., Lannay, Y., Dubra, G., Bompard, […]

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New Review: The Multiple Roles of YB-1 in Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma

Very excited to announce a new review from our PhD student Tom Johnson, in collaboration with Glen Reid’s laboratory, has been accepted and published in Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. Its an excellent, comprehensive review of of the oncoprotein YB-1 in Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma. The review article is Open Access and free for […]

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How to analyse single cells time-lapse movies using Fiji and/or Photoshop

In the following powerpoint tutorial I run through how you can use ImageJ/FIJI to import your raw microscopy image files and then analyse and track individual cells to generate single cell fate maps. Note, unless you are also planning on quantifying fluorescent intensity data in your movies, I strongly suggest converting all of your image […]

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New Co-Author paper out now in SciTransMed: Inhibition of activin signaling in lung adenocarcinoma increases the therapeutic index of platinum chemotherapy

Very exciting day to see this amazing work by the lab of Prof.Neil Watkins published in the prestigious Science Translational Medicine Journal. A huge amount of work for a lot of very talented people over many many years went into this study, and hopefully it will result in significant improvements for the treatment of lung […]

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New Co-Author paper: The E3 ubiquitin ligase UBR5 regulates centriolar satellite stability and primary cilia

  Great news, we have recently published a co-author paper in collaboration with Darren Saunders Lab entitled “The E3 ubiquitin ligase UBR5 regulates centriolar satellite stability and primary cilia”. The work was pioneered by a very talented student (now Doctor), Robert Shearer.   You can access the full article here [Link] ABSTRACT Primary cilia are crucial […]

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