PhD Studentship available
We have a PhD studentship available to study the functions of ADP-ribosylation in telomere maintenance. For further information and to apply, visit the ICR PhD Studentships website. Applications close on the 27th of March 2022.
Destruction complex reconstitution among ten featured ICR achievements of 2021
Our reconstitution of the beta-catenin destruction complex made it to ICR’s ten featured scientific achievements of 2021. What a nice way to end the lab year and a real testament to the team’s work! You can find all research highlights on the ICR website.
PhD studentship available
A fully funded PhD studentship on the mechanisms of telomere protection and length homeostasis is available in our team. For details and to apply, check out the ICR website. Application deadline is the 14th of November 2021.
#BlackinCancer: Reaching communities most affected by prostate cancer
For Black in Cancer Week, ICR’s Science Communications Officer Juanita Bawagan spoke to our team member Dr Michael Ranes about the importance of diversity in cancer research for science and society. You can read the article here.
Michael speaks at the UNC Cancer Network
Our Postdoc Michael Ranes will present his work at the University of North Carolina (UNC) Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center. Here are the seminar details:
“Molecular mechanisms of Wnt signaling: reducing complexity”.
Sep 22, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Our latest paper hits the ICR news.
The ICR has featured our latest paper in its news stream on the ICR website.
New paper: biochemical reconstitution of the beta-catenin destruction complex
Our latest paper, reporting the biochemical reconstitution of the beta-catenin destruction complex, is now published online. Congratulations to Michael, Mariola, Saira and Ruth! You can find the open access article here.
ICR survey gives insight into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer research
The Institute of Cancer Research surveyed 239 of its researchers to gain insights into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their research, and to point to possible solutions. Read the results here.
New electron microscopy infrastructure
Exciting news: our new Glacios cryo-electron microscope has arrived and is being installed. The photo pictures Basil Greber, a new Team Leader in the Division of Structural Biology, with the microscope in its new home. A new era of Structural Biology at the ICR!