PhD Students

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Congratulations Reiss!

Posted on 20 May 2015 by Stephen Man

Last week, after 31/2 years of hard work, Reiss passed his PhD viva. Congratulations! His examiners were very impressed with his thesis and his performance in the viva. His project funded by the MRC (and latterly Cancer Research Wales) was another in a series of projects in Cardiff investigating the role of T cells in CLL.
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Congratulations, Sophie…

Posted on 17 March 2014 by Paul Brennan

Dr Sophie Betteridge has completed her corrections and has had them approved for submission to Cardiff University. Well done and congratulations, Sophie! Here’s a picture of Sophie presenting her work. Sophie is now working as the AML Research Coordinator in the Haematology Clinical Trials Unit.
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British Society of Immunology Annual Congress

Posted on 5 December 2013 by Stephen Man

While some in the CLL group opted for the glamour of New Orleans (ASH), others opted for the home grown charms of the BT Convention Centre in Liverpool (above). PhD students Lauren and Reiss presented their work as posters at the annual British Society for immunology (BSI) Congress. Although their presentations were the only ones
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Congratulations Suliman

Posted on 20 May 2013 by Paul Brennan

Suliman successfully defended his thesis today. It was a long viva – over four hours. Suliman looks very happy to have it completed. Suliman has spent three years studying the proteome of CLL cells and has generated lots of interesting data. He was supervised by Dr Paul Brennan, Dr Chris Pepper and Dr Ian Brewis.
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Congratulations Ryan!

Posted on 25 February 2013 by Stephen Man

Last Friday after 3 years of hard work, Ryan Wong successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Breaking T cell Tolerance in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia”. HIs project funded by Cancer Research Wales, and supervised by Steve Man and Chris Pepper (both declined to be pictured for this article) has been very successful, and has already produced
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