PhD Project: Molecular crosstalk between PLC?1 and STAT3 in Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma (CTCL)
Other MRes rotations:
– The role of the gut microbiome on the cardioprotective effect of polyphenol-rich diets
– Biophysical regulation of EGFR signalling in tumour cells
Before starting at King’s, I completed an MSci in Biochemistry at University College London. During this time I participated in summer studentships at both University College London and Queens University Belfast. I was then awarded an MRes in Biomedical and Translational Science from King’s College London after my rotation year with the DTP.
During my PhD, I have been able to get involved with teaching and outreach in collaboration with The Brilliant Club and The Sutton Trust- an experience that I have really enjoyed. I also organized the annual KCL DTP student symposium in 2022, which is always a great opportunity for everyone to share their work and celebrate their achievements so far.
EORTC-CLTG Annual Meeting 2022, Oral presentation: Molecular crosstalk between PLC?1 and STAT3 in Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma