05 Feb 2013
A review in Nature by Grahame Hardie of the Division of Cell Signalling and Immunology at CLS and Luke O’Neill (Trinity College Dublin) suggests that AMPK-activating drugs have both anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties.
02 Oct 2012
Professor Hari Hundal delivered the 2012 Rector’s Lecture at the Medical University of Bialystok in Poland. The Rector's lectures are directed to all members of the academic community, and are given by professors, who are renowned professionals with a remarkable scientific record.
The 2012 Bridget Ogilvie Lecture - Dr Craig Thompson, Friday 1st June 2012 at 4 pm, Large Lecture...17 May 2012
The Bridget Ogilvie Lecture, given by Dr Craig Thompson, "Fuelling cell growth: new insights from cancer metabolism", Friday 1st June 2012, 4pm, Large Lecture Theatre, MSI, ALL WELCOME
15 May 2012
Two College of Life Sciences research students Debbie McIntosh (Blow Lab) and Siannah Dunn (Cowling Lab) are speaking at an annual conference of researchers from Tubingen and Heidlberg Universities.
24 Apr 2012
Dr. Vicky Cowling, MRC Career Development Fellow in the Division of Cell Signalling and Immunology has been awarded tenure at the College of Life Sciences, University of Dundee. Victoria Cowling graduated from Emmanuel College, Cambridge University with a BA in Natural Sciences and went on to do her doctoral research with Julian Downward and Gerard Evan at Cancer Research UK laboratories in London.
23 Apr 2012
Grahame Hardie’s news story about aspirin’s potential for preventing cancer has gone global.
19 Apr 2012
New research carried out by Professor Grahame Hardie at the College of Life Sciences could lead to new uses for one of the world’s oldest medicines.
26 Mar 2012
Professor Grahame Hardie, of the Division of Cell Signalling and Immunology has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Award for his research into 'Non-canonical pathways for regulation of AMPK'.
19 Mar 2012
Head of College, Professor Doreen Cantrell has been awarded a Principal Research Fellowshipswhich the Wellcome Trust considers to be the most prominent of their personal awards, providing long-term support for researchers of international standing. All Wellcome Principal Research Fellows will have demonstrated an established track record in research at the highest level.
28 Feb 2012
Scientists at the College of Life Sciences, studying an important tumour suppressor, which is involved in at least a quarter of all cancers, have uncovered new ways in which it works. The research team at the have been studying the tumour suppressor protein PTEN, which when `turned off’ or damaged drives the development of many cancers.