…who received the 2019 MRes in Translational Cancer Medicine Course Award at King’s College London recognizing his outstanding performance.
Congratulations to Candice for her excellent work on genetic modification of differentiating iPSCs to render resultant Hepatocyte-Like Cells traceable by non-invasive whole-body in vivo imaging. We are very proud of Candice, and invite you to enjoy reading about this exciting research here!
• iPSC-derived hepatocyte-like cells (HLCs) rendered traceable in vivo.
• Reproducible lentivirus-based gene transfer during the differentiation process.
• Protocol and reporter expression did not negatively impact on HLC maturation.
• Proof-of-principle shown for whole-body SPECT/CT-afforded HLC in vivo tracking.
Great talk, lots of people in the audience and great questions from the audience, too – a very successful day for Candice!
Congratulations to Candice and many thanks for the honour to be showcased among the top scientific abstracts at the World Molecular Imaging Conference 2019!
…the Best Poster Presentation Prize at the RSC Radiochemistry Group’s Young Researchers’ Meeting 2019.
Last week’s Pint of Science (PoS) Launch Event saw Madeleine wow the crowd with her presentation about live cell therapies to treat cancer and why it is important to know what happens to these ‘living drugs’ once they are administered.
Btw Madeleine is the Pint of Science coordinator for the King’s College London PoS Team who are going to present at the Horse and Stables Pub (122-124 Westminster Bridge Rd, SE1 7RW; 20-22 May 2019, 7pm; -> Tickets).
…to our colleagues for all the praise Alessia, Candice and Yasmin received for their oral presentations @EMIM 2019!
to Madeleine who won a prize for her excellent talk at the annual spring meeting of the British Nuclear Medicine Society.
Listen to Candice and Yasmin reporting on rendering iPSC-derived hepatocytes and therapeutic Tregs in vivo traceable, and find out what Alessia observed tracking anti-ErbB CAR-T retention in triple negative breast cancer models.