Beating brain cancer at the CRUK Brain Tumour Conference
Earlier this week, four of our Lab members presented their work at the 2022 Cancer Research UK Brain Tumour Conference.
The conference provided a stimulating environment where scientists from across the research pipeline can showcase new discoveries, spark new collaborations, and create the synergy needed to accelerate progress for patients with brain tumours.
Featured image – from left to right:
- NanoTherapeutics Team Leader Thomas Kisby, presenting the poster ‘Graphene oxide nanoscale platform enhances activity of bortezomib in glioblastoma models‘
- NanoOmics Research Associate Anita Liu, presenting the poster ‘Nanoparticle-enabled liquid biopsies in glioblastoma: Integrated proteomic profiling of plasma and brain tissue in a GL261 mouse model’
- NanoTherapeutics PhD Student Maria Stylianou, presenting the poster ‘Deep tissue translocation of graphene oxide nanosheets within the GBM microenvironment with inherent macrophage/microglia targeting capacity’
- NanoNeuro PhD Student Kate Hills, presenting the poster ‘Graphene-based thin film devices to investigate glioblastoma-associated epilepsy’