Almost 5 years ago we started working on a project to look at stem cell migration in planarians. We established a great collaboration with Mark Hill and James Thompson at the Oxford Institute of Radiation Oncology which allowed us to improve … Continued
Our mighty leader Aziz has been recognised in the 2016/17 Oxford Recognition of Distinction excercise and has become a fully grown up Professor… So there is hope for us all then. Here is a picture of Aziz looking much cooler then … Continued
Aziz attended a workshop on Parhyale research organised by Anastasios Pavlopoulos and Michalis Averof, two of our collaborators on the genome project. The diversity of research being pursued was startling and the scope seems to have expanded with the availability … Continued
Our labs new pre-print is now available here on BioRxiv. It is one of many papers the lab has contributed too which are available as pre-prints before publication. In this study we thought hard about ways in which we could identify … Continued
Graduate student Sounak Sahu, presented his work in DNA Damage at this specialist meeting, explaining how planarians are a promising novel system to understand DNA Damage and Repair in adult stem cells. He also gave his first video interview… … Continued
We have published our paper describing the genome of the amphipod crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis. The paper is available here Congratulations to all our collaborators. We will add more to the lab website about Parhyale soon!