Its been a big month for publications, with 2 new co-author papers coming out. The first entitled “Trp53 and Rb1 regulate autophagy and ligand-dependent Hedgehog signaling” was published in the prestigious Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI). [Link] Ligand-dependent activation of Hedgehog (Hh) signaling in cancer occurs without mutations in canonical pathway genes. Consequently, the genetic […]Read More New Co-author publications in Cancers and JCI
With the help of my designer wife we have made a pattern and how to video for making larger masks that are great for men and those with a bigger face. They are double layered with a pocket for a filter, with great chin coverage and a super comfy pliable fit around the nose. Hope […]Read More Big Boy Mask Pattern: How to guide
Great news our latest publication “Global phosphoproteomic mapping of early mitotic exit in human cells identifies novel substrate dephosphorylation motifs” has been accepted by the top Proteomics Journal Molecular & Cellular Proteomics. You can currently download the unformatted version for free here [link] And here is an still image from the paper showing live HeLa […]Read More Our Latest Publication Accepted and Now Online!
Here is a recent talk I gave to some members of the public at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. It is a very general and simple over-view of explaining 1) how cells in your body proliferate, 2) how this goes wrong in cancer, 3) the challenges we are facing in treating and killing cancer, and […]Read More Public Talk “Killing Cancer One Cell at a Time ” now on YouTube
Are you interested in Cancer Research and want to do a PhD at the Garvan? Then come along to the open day and where you can meet with all the supervisors, discover some amazing projects, and get all the information you need to start your career in Cancer Research. Information Date: Wednesday 10th of September 2014 Time: 1.45-5pm […]Read More 2014 Garvan Cancer Division PhD Open Day, 10th September !
UPDATE: ImpactStory is not free, as I first thought, they currently have a 30 day free trail, then the cost is $45/year. Its clear that judging a researchers output purely on the impact/quality of the journal they do/don’t publish is not always the best way to accurately judge individual achievement and output. To that end, […]Read More ImpactStory: A new way to track individual article metrics
Great news, Cell Division Lab will be at the Sydney Light Optical Users Meeting, hosted by Dr Pamela Young at Sydney University, this Thursday (24th of July). I will be presenting a short seminar on “Imaging and Analysing Cell Division”. If you would like to attend please contact Pamela asap. Her details are below! Hope […]Read More We will be at the Sydney Light Optical Users Meeting on July 24th 2014
Great news, there is a new Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) out on the market, and is originates in part from the makers of the excellent Papers App. Its still very much beta software, but the roadmap looks promising. Based on my limited testing so far the program seems very easy to use, an not […]Read More Findings: A new, cheap, & very promising Electronic Lab Notebook
There has been a bit of press lately suggesting that Antioxidants might actually be bad for cancer… not good as they are commonly promoted in the media. IFLS has put together a great article on some of the reasons why antioxidants might not be such a great thing [Link]. In addition, we recently wrote a […]Read More Anti-Oxaidants and Cancer…A complicated story!
Great news, our latest review article “Stressing Mitosis to Death” has been accepted for publication by Frontiers in Oncology. You can access the provisional pre-press version here. The review is about how common stresses affect mitosis, and the impact these stresses can have on the blockbuster mitotic chemotherapy drug Taxol (paclitaxel) Finally here is one of […]Read More Our Latest Review Article “Stressing Mitosis to Death” is now online !