Viva success for Tissue Repair students Sarah Neely and Marta Horcas-Lopez
Tissue Repair students Sarah Neely and Marta Horcas-Lopez have passed their viva
Many congratulations to Sarah Neely and Marta Horcas-Lopez who have successfully passed their viva.
Sarah did her PhD in the lab of Professor DaveLyons at the Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences, where she worked on elucidating how our brains repair themselves. You can read more about her research in her interview and publications linked below.
Marta did her PhD in the lab of Professor Jeffrey Pollard at the MRC Centre for Reproductive Health, where she studied the role of macrophages in liver regeneration and cancer. To explore these mechanisms, Marta has been been using both animal and cell culture models, and cutting-edge cell and molecular biology techniques. Throughout her PhD she has had a number of collaborations to achieve a multi-disciplinary approach to her PhD research. Some of her work is covered in the review and protocol paper on tumor-associated macrophages.