Centenary Clinical Fellowship

View Post mortem microarray and methylation studies in stillbirths with unexplained IUGR and/or congenital anomalies' Dr Nicklaus-Wollenteit, Birmingham's Women's Hospital

View Visiting Fellowship - Dr Ho-Yen to Uppsala University Sweden to study Development of the novel in-situ proximity ligation assay (PLA) for use in quantifying c-Met receptor activation

ViewSmall Grant April 2012, Dr B Carvalho

View Studying the Effects of Hypoxia on P.falciparum infected Erythrocyte Adhesion to Cerebral Endothelial Cells

View The Role of TRAP1/Hsp75 chaperon protein in human cancer - Prof Kevin Gatter

View Dysfunction of Mitochondrial Protein Synthesis Leading to Organellar Disease

View The Role of TRAP1/Hsp75 chaperon protein in human cancer - Omanma E Adighibe

View Erythropoietin levels and Unexpected Death in Infancy: A potential marker for assessing mode time and mode of death - Dr Jeremy Pryce

View Characterisation of expression of microRNAs mir-125b, mir-146, mir-483 and mir-720 in HER2 expressing breast cancer - Helen Ingoldsby

View Contribution of HPV induced epigenetic changes to cervical carcinoma - Dr Merlin Pereira

Japanese/European Collaborative - Dr Heike Grabsch & Dr Tomio Arai

View Translating Prognostic Biomarkers in Melanoma - Dr David A Moore

View The role of brachyury in the development and progression of chordoma - Dr Nischalan Pillay

View 7th NCRI Cancer Conference - University of Leeds

View Equipment Purchase Caliper Twister II Robot - University of Cambridge

View Programme - Potential and Pitfalls of TMA: Quality data or adding to the noise? - Prof M Ilays

View Report - Potential and Pitfalls of TMA: Quality data or adding to the noise? - Prof M Ilays

 

 

Centenary Clinical Fellowship

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The 100th Anniversary Meeting of the Japanese Pathological Society

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 Photograph of 100th Anniversary Meeting of Japanese Pathological Society
 
Picture taken at dinner after the UK-Japan Young investigators session. Sitting left of Prof Wyllie (i.e first person from right sitting) is Prof Osamu Matsubara, Professor of Pathology at the National Defence Medical College, who organised the dinner. Standing on my left (i.e 4th person from left standing) is Dr Daichi Maeda, Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology, University of Tokyo who was chairing the Young Investigators Session.
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