William Villiers

William Villiers

0+3.5 iCASE student Understanding how nearly 2 meters of genomic material is organised inside a single cell is a perplexing challenge. Changes in this organisation and subsequent changes in gene regulatory networks can drive a cell towards an aggressive malignant...

Yazead Buhidma

0+4 student – Identifying novel targets for treating pain in Parkinson’s disease by unravelling the neuro-immune contribution.
Suzette Lust

Suzette Lust

1+3 Student I’ve done projects on completely diverse topics this year. I started in St Thomas’ in medical imaging, looking at phase-contrast MRI data to estimate aortic pressure of patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. I then spent some time in a materials lab...
Thomas Mcgregor

Thomas Mcgregor

0+3.5 iCASE Student My PhD project centers around the development of a fear conditioning app (FLARe) that is capable of collecting data from thousands of participants for use in large scale studies. The main purpose of the FLARe app is to facilitate the understanding...
Matthew Dawson

Matthew Dawson

0+4 Student Network asymmetry, callosal development and autistic behaviour
Martyna Panasiuk

Martyna Panasiuk

1+3 Student In 2017 I graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Bsc in Biomedical Sciences, with Honours in Neuroscience. During my undergraduate degree I completed research projects on seizures in Alzheimer’s Disease and on the development of the...
Michael Attwaters

Michael Attwaters

0+3.5 Student I graduated from King’s College London in January 2018 with an MSc in Human & Applied Physiology. During my time at King’s, I worked in Professor Stephen Harridge’s laboratory on a model of senescence in skeletal muscle stem cells. This project...
Mattia Ficarelli

Mattia Ficarelli

0+3.5 iCASE Student Bio: I graduated from The University of Edinburgh in 2017 with a BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry, where my final year research project involved generating and characterizing synthetic bivalent chromatin in murine embryonic stem cells. During university...

Paula Sureda Gibert

0+4 Student I graduated from King’s with a BSc in Neuroscience and an MSc in Neuroimaging. My Master’s project focused in identifying potential preclinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) biomarkers of Neuro-inflammation. My interest in migraine however emerged from...
Lucie Burgess

Lucie Burgess

0+3.5 iCASE Student Smartphone-based Interventions in Mental Health: Towards a Clinical Tool for Predicting and Preventing Psychosis J&L Gibbons
Lisa Dobson

Lisa Dobson

1+3 Student I graduated from Durham University in 2017 with a BSc in Biomedical Sciences, where my final year research project aimed to complete RT-PCR analysis of the anoctamin 5 (ANO5) gene in human muscle cDNA. Keen to gain additional laboratory experience, I...
Klaudia Toczyska

Klaudia Toczyska

0+4 Student My PhD project is “Unravelling the role of Prozac in regulating glucose homeostasis”. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Physiology from King’s College London in 2017. During my undergraduate studies I worked on a few projects...