Christmas comes early for the Hulme group!

Fixing a date that everyone can make for a Christmas night out is always tricky and it was the last day in November this year for the Hulme group. But we celebrated in style at Blonde restaurant and even managed to kidnap our favourite computing officer to join us. Christmas dinner 2018[/caption]

Congratulations Chris and Alisia!

Great to be able to join Chris and Alisia at the Winter Graduation ceremony for the award of their PhD’s, and to simultaneously celebrate the publication of their recent papers in ChemBioChem and Scientific Reports.

Winter graduation 2018

CRUK Tough 10 heroes!

Glorious conditions for the Cancer Research UK Tough 10 in the Pentlands today, sunshine and not too much wind. Congratulations to Hulme group members (past, present and honorary) who completed the challenging course.

Chem. Sci. paper is out!

Congratulations to group members Alessio and JR on the publication of their Chemical Science paper “A computationally designed binding mode flip leads to a novel class of potent tri-vector cyclophilin inhibitors” which has just appeared as an Advance Article. A great piece of work – well done!

Hulme Group at Imaging Expo

A great day for our poster presenters (Sally and Jialin) at the Edinburgh Imaging PhD Expo Event today. Sally won the poster prize and Jialin presented her first ever poster (on her MSc thesis work). Well done to both!

Congratulations Alisia

Well done Alisia – everyone enjoyed your viva and the celebrations afterwards. Thanks to examiners Melinda Duer and Marc Vendrell for doing such a great job. Good luck in your new job starting on Monday, we will miss you, princess hat and all!

Congratulations Will (again!)

Postdoc Will Tipping wins the European Society for Molecular Imaging Young Researcher award as the presenter of the best talk at the Scottish Molecular Imaging Meeting 2018. This time he has received free registration for the 14th European Molecular Imaging Meeting being held in Glasgow, 19-22 March 2019! Will is pictured alongside one of the keynote speakers at SMIM 2018, Prof Bertrand Tavitian (Professor of Molecular Imaging and Director of PARCC Inserm, Paris).