Monday 28 January 2019 8:59am
Pathology and Biomedical Science summer student Heath Ryburn was awarded the Best Laboratory Presentation at the UOC Summer Studentship Final Presentations on Friday.
Heath has spent the last 10 weeks working in the Centre for Free Radical Research on a project investigating mycobacterial resistance to neutrophil oxidants. He was supervised by Professor Mark Hampton.
The Department of Pathology and Biomedical Science hosted a total of 13 students for the 2018-19 programme.
2018-2019 summer studentships in Pathology and Biomedical Science
|Devon Bull||Local and systemic effects of obesity on breast cancer cells||Gabi Dachs||Mackenzie Cancer Research Group|
|Isabelle Chai||Spitting the dummy to fight cancer||Vanessa Lattimore||Mackenzie Cancer Research Group|
|Jessie Chang||Direct RNA analysis on a nanopore sequencing device||Simone Cree||Gene Structure & Function Lab|
|Krista Dawson||The Great Garden Glove Swap: A survey of gardener's gloves for the presence of L. longbeachae||Sandy Slow||The Infection Group|
|Oscar Graham||Establishing DNA analysis methods for GBA mutations in Parkinson's disease||Martin Kennedy||Gene Structure & Function Lab|
|Madeleine Long||Audit of administration of vancomycin by continuous infusion to outpatients||Steve Chambers||The Infection Group|
|Yanxiang Meng||Exploring the antioxidant defenses of Streptococcus pneumoniae||Mark Hampton||Centre for Free Radical Research|
|Eva Mulder||How do DNA methylation and non B-DNA interact to cause genotyping failure during PCR?||Aaron Stevens||Gene Structure & Function Lab|
|Maria Nonis||Measurements of vitamin C concentrations in plasma from patients receiving cancer chemotherapy or immunotherapy||Gabi Dachs||Mackenzie Cancer Research Group|
|Daisy O’Connor||Characterising the role of a peroxidase in invasive metastatic melanoma cells||Martina Paumann-Page||Centre for Free Radical Research|
|Heath Ryburn||Mycobacterial resistance to neutrophil oxidants||Mark Hampton||Centre for Free Radical Research|
|Rebecca White||Measurements of vitamin C concentrations in plasma from patients at pre-admission for cancer surgery||Margreet Vissers||Centre for Free Radical Research|
|Thomas Williams||Leukocyte distribution in the developing tumour and the effect of vitamin C||Abel Ang||Mackenzie Cancer Research Group|