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Presentation winner!

Feb 04 2022

Congratulations to Katie Partridge for winning best presentation at the annual Diabetes UK PhD Student networking Day! The communication of research to the public, press, and other researchers is an essential part of science, so well done Katie for shining in this!

Newly published work on AMPK activation and hypoglycaemia in rats

Dec 17 2021

This publication has been a long time coming! JDRF-funded research into AMPK activation's effect on the hypoglycaemia counterregulatory response in rats is now published, in 'Brain Permeable AMP-Activated Protein Kinase Activator R481 Raises Glycaemia by Autonomic Nervous System Activation and Amplifies the Counterregulatory Response to Hypoglycaemia in Rats'. The press release has already been republished around the world in a variety of languages - science communication in action! Read the paper in full here: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fendo.2021.697445/full

Insight into lockdown research - Paul talks JDRF-funded research

March 25 2021
Paul worked with the JDRF team to talk about his JDRF-funded research into hypoclycaemia unawareness, and touches upon growing brain cells in a dish along with his personal reasons for researching Type 1 diabetes

Post lockdown celebration of recent PhD successes

Amazing to finally have a PhD completion/graduation get together for ⁦@Robb_JL⁩ ⁦@ajmacdonald93⁩ and ⁦@NAMorrissey⁩ after all this time. So lovely to see the team in person ⁦@Craig_Beall⁩ ⁦@alkhalidi_asmaa⁩ ⁦@PaulWP_⁩ and welcome newer members of the team ⁦@FirthWyn

2020

Congratulations Alastair!

14th May 2020

Congratulations to Alastair MacDonald for passing his Viva today!

Congratulations Josie!

27th March 2020

Congratulations to Josie Robb for passing her Viva today!

New editing role for Dr Kate Ellacott

1st May 2020

Congratulations to Dr Kate Ellacott for her new role on the Journal of Neuroendocrinology Senior Editing panel as their new Early Career Perspective Editor!

Congratulations Ana!

13th February 2020

Congratulations to Ana Cruz for passing her Viva today!

Header image credit: Nicole Morrissey - Neurons in the mouse hindbrain