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Coleman Laboratory

Best of Luck to Romina on her new Journey

Romina Vuono joined the Coleman lab in 2017 working on changes in tau protein after traumatic brain injury. She recently moved to a Lectureship in Biomedical Science at the Medway School of Pharmacy, University of Kent. In addition to some intriguing scientific results, highlights of Romina’s time in the Coleman Lab include her endless enthusiasm for public engagement and her input to maintaining and reforming our working environment, not least her near single-handed painting of our seminar room! Her favourite phrase “Impossible is nothing” is a lesson to us all!


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.

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