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Congratulations Matt!

24 August 2018

Congratulations to Matthew White, recipient of this year’s Sir Michael Berridge Prize. The prize is awarded for his contributions to research creating and using a mouse model to learn more about the molecular biology of motor neuron disease, specifically a type known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis-frontotemporal dementia...

Read more at: Dementia Researcher Podcast

Dementia Researcher Podcast

24 August 2018

Listen to Claire Durrant giving guidance on how to produce a fantastic award-winning conference poster, thinking about the abstract, scripting, concept, design, and logistics:

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Peter continues his research in USA

24 August 2018

Peter Arthur-Farraj has attended the two-week zebrafish development and genetics course at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts to learn techniques such as microinjecting, cell transplant and live imaging amongst others. He will then be working with Professor Kelly Monk’s laboratory in Oregon...

Read more at: Claire Durrant podcast

Claire Durrant podcast

13 July 2018

Read more at: Andrea's Wellcome Fellowship

Andrea's Wellcome Fellowship

21 May 2018

Congratulations to Andrea Loreto, who has been awarded a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship. Andrea will start his Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship on the 1 st of November 2018. In this four-year project he will study the role of the Wallerian axon death pathway in Parkinson’s disease. Collaborations with...

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New Website

23 April 2018

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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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