Postodc 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).
Congratulations to just-graduated PhD student Chris Allan, and project students Christina Burr and Mirek Kosar, as our catch-and-release protein modification paper is accepted in ChemBioChem!
Congratulations to Alisia who submitted her thesis and secured a job with PharmaVentures. She wins the race for the 2014 cohort from the OPTIMA CDT.
Alison is delighted to be named as a finalist in the Services to Science and Technology category of the 2018 Scottish Women’s Awards alongside her colleague Professor Polly Arnold and former colleague Professor Lesley Yellowlees.
It’s not everyday that you get to graduate 3 PhD students from the group. Congratulations to Fergus (now postdoc in the Jamieson lab, Glasgow), David (now working with Sygnature Discovery, Nottingham), and Richard (now postdoc in the Wallace lab, Edinburgh)!
What a fantastic week rounded off with Chris nailing his PhD viva. We will miss him when he starts at Biogelx, we need a new pun-master to keep the group groaning.
Congratulations to all of the Hulme group members presenting at this year’s conference – great talks from Alisia and Sally; and posters by Alan and Kristel. Great to see more winners in the Hulme group with presentation prizes in the Chemical Biology section for both Sally and Kristel.