Our lab won a Barts Charity research grant, which will allow us to work on the role of RNA- binding proteins in B-cell lymphoma. Recruitment of a PhD student position in progress! The project starts in October 2023 or January 2024. Please get in touch for more information.
We welcomed two members of the DiuNguyen lab: Khadidja Habel joined the lab as a research technician under ASH funding and James Boncan, PhD as a postdoctoral research assistant under our CRUK CDF grant.
Wisdom Igiogbe, undergraduate student at Kent University, started his one-year placement as part of his sandwich programme at Queen Mary.
Our first official member Kim-Phuong To, PhD joined the lab. She arrived in London on her birthday, how special!
Our lab was awarded a CRUK City of London (CoL) Development Fund which started a brand- new exciting direction of research in the lab – investigating the role of translational regulation in cancer progression.
Rana Elnady and Khadidja Habel joined the lab as MSc placement students.
Bench and equipment are ready for experiments!
The DiuNguyen laboratory is officially opened at the Centre for Haemato-Oncology, Barts Cancer Institute, QMUL.