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SVI Rising Star Dr Astrid Glaser

Posted 09th January 2020

SVI 'Rising Star' Astrid Glaser, a postdoctoral researcher from our Genome Stability Unit, talks about her work in CRISPR Cas-9 technology and Fanconi Anaemia, and the importance of philanthropic support.

SVI Rising Star Dr Jacki Heraud-Farlow

Posted 09th January 2020

SVI postdoctoral researcher Jacki Heraud-Farlow, a postdoctoral researcher from our RNA & Cancer Laboratory, talks about her work on a gene called ADAR1, and the importance of philanthropic support. Jacki is the recipient of SVI's 2019 Rising Star Award and the 5point Foundation's Christine Martin Fellowship.

SVI Rising Star Dr Jess Holien

Posted 09th January 2020

SVI 'Rising Star' and postdoctoral researcher Dr Jess Holien, Team Leader Structural Bioinformatics and Drug Discovery, talks about her ovarian cancer research project, and the importance of philanthropic support.

Women in Research 2019

Posted 08th August 2019

Dr Jess Holien's daughter explains "what her mother does all day'", in this video created for the Susan Alberti Medical Research Foundation's Annual Mother's Day Luncheon (2019). 

Meet PhD student Ashley Ovens

Posted 08th August 2019

Ashley is a PhD student in our Metabollic Signalling Unit and his supervisor is Dr Jon Oakhill. A major focus of their research is investigating regulation of an enzyme called AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK). Analogous to a car’s fuel gauge, AMPK detects when energy in the cell is low and co-ordinates multiple branches of metabolism (e.g. fat burning, protein synthesis, digestion of cellular components) to redress energy imbalance.

Meet PhD student Wilson Castillo

Posted 08th August 2019

Wilson is a PhD student in our Cancer & RNA Biology Lab, and his supervisor is Associate Professor, Carl Walkley. The group is interested in understanding the regulation of RNA and how this is important in normal development and cancer. It is now appreciated that RNA is actively regulated at many levels and this is important for the function both normal cells and in cancer.

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