April 2017: 3-year Alzheimer’s Research PhD studentship advertised
March 2017: Sir Paul Nurse delivers the 2017 PGBIO Inspirational Lecture. Excellent day! Thank you Natalie for organizing and hosting.
March 2017: Congrats to Natalie who won a bronze medal at the STEM4 Britain competition.
February 2017: We welcome our 6 undergraduates for this semester: Ruby, Emma, Sam, Luke, Beth and Helen.
February 2017. Great news! Harry Horsnell, lab alumni, is recruited for a PhD in at the MRC-Laboratory of Cell and Molecular Biology in London.
January 2017: Great news! Our Alzheimer’s Research UK PhD studentship has been selected for funding.
January 2017: Well done to Natalie who has been selected to attend the STEM4 Britain competition at the London House of Parliament in March. Great achievement. Well done Natalie!
January 2017: Really sad to report the passing of our friend/colleague/lab made Jim Caunt. Jim was such a wonderful colleague, dedicated teacher and excellent scientist, he will be hugely missed. RIP Jim.
December 2016: Off to attend the last Oxford Ubiquitin Club of 2016;)
December 2016: Off to Oxford with second year PhD student Sarah to attend the MITOX Mitochondrial meeting. Sarah will present a poster on protein ubiquitination and mitochondrial metabolism. Project has just started but data look encouraging.
December 2016: We are hosting collaborator Catherine Lisdon for a seminar and to discuss data on Natalie’s project. Great talk entitled “Ubiquitin-mediated pathways in cell division”.
December. Great news! Ioanna Stefani, lab alumni, is recruited for a PhD in Lausanne.
November 2016: Great news! Natalie won Best Poster at the COST-Proteostasis meeting, well done Natalie!
November 2016: Off to Lisbon for the COST-Proteostasis Meeting, can’t wait to present our two posters!
September 2016: Welcome to 2nd year Biochemistry tutee Charlie Nutall is shadowing PhD student Natalie for a week.
August 2016: Natalie is off to Catherine Lindon’s lab, Cambridge, to carry out time lapse microscopy.
August 2016: Farewell to Res students Laia and Ioanna.
July 2016: Farewell to Rob Byrne, placement student, all the best for your final year @ Cardiff.
July 2016: visit of our lab by Alzheimer’s Research UK and local MP Ben Howlett.
June 2016: Science is international!
June 2016: Oxford Ubiquitin Club, seminar by Natalie Vaughan.
June 2016: Congrats to Harry Hornsell who wins the Broabent prize for for outstanding achievement throughout the course of the degree.
June 2015: Congrats to Harry Horsnell and Michael Hugues two oustanding final year project students in my lab who graduated with a 1st class BSc (hons) Biochemistry.
May 2015: Alzheimer’s’ Research UK Network Grant awarded.
May 2016: Oxford Ubiquitin Club, seminar by Robert Byrne.
March 2016: Welcome to MRes students Laia and Ioanna.
March 2016: Bath half marathon. Julien raises £360.87 for the Alzheimer’s Society.
November 2015: Alzheimer’s’ Research UK Network Meeting “Alzheimer’s Disease: Beyond the Gene”, Bristol. Seminar by Julien Licchesi.
October 2015: Sarah Jasem (Kuwaiti scholarship) starts her PhD on “Ubiquitin, brain cells and metabolism”.
October 2015: Natalie Vaughan participate in the Practical course on ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like proteins, Frankfurt Germany.
September 2015: Robert Bryne (Cardiff University) starts his placement om the ‘Biochemical characterization of E3 ligases”.
March 2015: Alzheimer’s’ Research UK Conference, Manchester.
April 2015: Oxford Ubiquitin Club, Seminar by Julien Licchesi.
February 2015: Alzheimer’s’ Research UK pilot grant awarded.
October 2014: Natalie Vaughan starts her PhD on ‘Ubiquitin and the cell cycle’.
July 2014: MRC- Laboratory of Molecular Biology Alumni Symposium 2014: Molecular Biology @ 50 and beyond.
November 2014: COST-Proteostasis meeting, Valencia.
February 2014: Royal Society Grant awarded.
November 2014: Cancer Research @ Bath Seminar by Julien Licchesi, University of Bath.
November 2014: Cell & Developmental Biology Seminar by Julien Licchesi, University of Bath.
June 1st 2013: Start of Lectureship at University of Bath.