Month: October 2011

Two pictures of CLL cells…

Posted on 31 October 2011 by Paul Brennan

        Here are two pictures of CLL cells. These pictures were generated by Laurence Pearce, a recently graduated PhD student. Laurence is now working in Nottingham after succesfully defending his viva during the summer. One of the pictures was initially published as part of a figure in Laurence’s paper.
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International Workshop on CLL

Posted on 27 October 2011 by Paul Brennan

Even as I write, Chris Pepper and Chris Fegan, two key members of the group, are flying to Houston, Texas for the 14th Interanational Workshop on Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia. They will present some exciting new data, meet colleagues and do some high quality networking. Maybe a beer or two will be drunk too…
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Our first blog post….

Posted on 27 October 2011 by Paul Brennan

So following much discussion and some hand wringing, we decided to start a blog for the Cardiff CLL Research Group. We are an interdisciplinary research group that studies chronic lymphocytic leukaema (CLL) – a cancer of white blood cells. Our plan is to use this blog to publicise the scientific and social happenings of the
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