Bateson news and events

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  • Sir Arthur Hall Chair of Medicine

    Professor Steve Renshaw announced as the New Sir Arthur Hall Chair of Medicine

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  • Groundbreaking study gives new insight into genetic cause of degenerative diseases

    New insight into the most common genetic cause of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and frontotemporal dementia

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  • Advancing the treatment for respiratory diseases

    Lifecourse Biology Research in the Bateson Centre was highlighted recently as part of a Spotlight Biomedical Life Sciences Special in the University of Sheffield 'discover' publication.

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  • Krebs Institute Development Prize

    Congratulations to Katie Fisher from the Strutt lab who was awarded the Inaugural Krebs Institute Development Prize at the Krebs Institute Symposium on 14th June.

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  •  Congratulations to Whitfield lab student Jinheng Cameron Lin, who has won a Rob Clarke Abstract Award to present his undergraduate research project as a poster at Physiology 2016.

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  • Drosophila macrophages responding to a wound

    Iwan Evans Cell Paper

    We are very happy to reveal that Iwan Evan's lab has contributed to a paper in collaboration with Will Wood and Paul Martin at the University of Bristol, which has been published in the prestigious journal Cell!

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  • Sheffield leads £3M MRC Consortium Grant

    Steve Renshaw is co-investigator on an MRC award for the AMR2 Shield Consortium, Optimising Innate Host Defence to Combat Antimicrobial Resistance.

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  • 3rd International Meeting on Light-Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy

    The 3rd International Meeting on Light-Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy (LSFM) will take place in Sheffield from 31st August to 3rd September 2016.

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  • Our Microscopic Army Against Disease

    Life: A Festival of Health, from Head to Toe.

    Life festival is a celebration of the innovative medicine, dentistry and health research taking place in Sheffield. There will be hands-on activities, interactive lab demos, free health checks, theatrical performances, sporting events, film screenings and talks from our researchers on the latest medical discoveries.

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  • A Lightbulb Moment for the Vasculature

    Congratulations to Dr. Rob Wilkinson whose image of the developing zebrafish blood brain barrier has been shortlisted for this year’s BHF Reflections of Research Prize.

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  • White blood cell found in birds 'can destroy fatal infection'

    Bateson member, Dr Simon Johnston, leads research into discovery that could help in preventing humans from contracting diseases.

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  • Sustainable Aquaculture Magazine Article

    Dr Claire Allen, Bateson Centre Aquarium Manager, has written an article for Sustainable Aquaculture Magazine 'Fishing for Science at The University of Sheffield'.

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  • Earn Your Stripes

    Earn Your Stripes - Artful Zebrafish

    Congratulations to Claire Allen and street artist coLor for winning the ZHA 2016 annual meeting t-shirt competition.

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  • Funding news: Wellcome Trust

    Congratulations to Nasreen Akhtar who has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Seed Award.

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  • Poster Prizes - Northern Vascular Biology Forum

    Congratulations to PhD students Aaron Savage (Chico/Wilkinson labs) and Neil Bowden (PEvans lab) for winning poster prizes at the recent Northern Vascular Biology Forum.

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