The uterus of humans and mice is home to many immune cells, including natural killer (NK) and other innate lymphoid cells (ILCs), which may play important roles in pregnancy. The uterine mucosa dynamically adapts to both the menstrual cycle and pregnancy and therefore it is particularly hard to study. A paper in Nature Communications by […]
Archives for 2018
We would like to congratulate Cristine on being awarded her PhD. Her thesis is entitled “Monitoring of cerebral oxygenation, cerebrovascular reactivity and cardiac function in preterm infants”. Dr Topun Austin was her supervisor. Well done!
Congratulations to Research Associate Dr Wendi Bacon whose abstract has won her a YW Loke New Investigator Travel Award to attend the IFPA conference in Tokyo this coming September. Well done Wendi!
Congratulations to Dr Irving Aye who has been awarded a 3-year Next Generation Fellowship by the Centre for Trophoblast Research. Next Generation Fellowships are aimed at promoting the career prospects of high-calibre individuals pursuing innovative research falling within the remit of the Centre, with special reference to the trophoblast. Further information can be found here.