skip to primary navigationskip to content

Congratulations to Coleman group member Christina Antoniou, M Phil

last modified Nov 13, 2019 01:24 PM

Christina recently successfully completed her M Phil viva on testing for SARM1-dependent axon degeneration in inflammation models. Many thanks to her examiners Cahir O’Kane, of the Dept of Genetics in Cambridge, and Julia Edgar from the University of Glasgow.  We congratulate her on her success and welcome her further into her studies with a continuing PhD project within our lab. Well done Christina, we are all very proud of you!


The Coleman Laboratory does world-leading research into mechanisms of axon and synapse loss, looking for ways to alleviate axonal diseases. Our priorities are high quality science, valuing and training people, and disseminating knowledge to scientists and the public.

Coleman Lab Video

Watch our video explaining the science behind our research