Month: January 2012

Another bit of publicity…

Posted on 27 January 2012 by Paul Brennan

Last Monday, a small piece I wrote and a picture of some fluorescent CLL cells was published in the Western Mail. There was also a picture of me which so far has been lacking from this site. It’s a nice bit of publicity although I can’t help but be a little embarrased….
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Health and Safety

Posted on 11 January 2012 by Paul Brennan

Today, we had our first group meeting of the new year, 2012. We decided to review health and safety in the group. It sounds boring but we had a very lively discussion of the dangers in the lab. We also played health and safety bingo and we had a quiz. It was a productive chat.
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Cancer Research UK Centre

Posted on 6 January 2012 by Paul Brennan

Dr Chris Pepper was quoted extensively in the Western Mail this week in an article all about the Cardiff Cancer Reserach UK Centre. Chris talks about our CLL research. Professor Malcolm Mason and Professor Alan Clarke were also interviewed and described the high quality prostate cancer and colon cancer research in Cardiff.
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High hopes for the New Year

Posted on 4 January 2012 by Stephen Man

The New Year could be an interesting year for the CLL group for all sorts of reasons, but the main focus remains on conducting high quality research. The last year ended with the great news that two more papers from the group had been accepted for publication. Both papers involved the study of prognostic markers
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CRUK Cancer Blog…

Posted on 3 January 2012 by Paul Brennan

I made a small donation to support the work of Wikipedia. As part of the thank you email, I learned about a joint project between Wikipedia and Cancer Research UK. This project aims to improve the quality of cancer information on-line. I also learned about the the CRUK blog. It makes for some interesting reading. Not much about leukaemia
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