Two members of the Gray Institute have scooped poster prizes at a recent meeting held by the British Association for Cancer Research
On 14th March St Catherine's College hosted a meeting to discuss DNA Damage Repair: Translating scientific landmarks into new treatments for cancer. The meeting was organised by the British Association for Cancer Research and the Gray Institute.
Monica Olcina won the student poster prize for her work with Ester Hammond on Hypoxia-induced chromatin changes and ATM signalling. Monica's work is an essential part of understanding the way cells respond to the lower levels of oxygen found in tumours.
Bart Cornelissen won the Hamilton Fairley poster prize for his poster describing his work with Kate Vallis to image DNA damage using a fluorescently or radiolabelled antibody modified with a peptide designed to transport the antibody inside cells.