TargetALS Consortium Retreat Genoa July 2023
Aptamer use in ALS chat, combined with some fantastic food in lovely Genoa 🇮🇹
SINAPSE Glasgow June 2023
Here we are at the Scottish Imaging Network: A Platform for Science Excellence meeting in Glasgow 🔬.
AD/PD Gothenburg March 2023
Fantastic meeting in Sweden with talks ranging from basic science to clinical trials and therapeutic applications – and a really cool city too! Olivia won an AD/PD Junior Faculty Award to top it off 🙂
Here are some of the social highlights from our lab outings over 2021.
Here’s Jenna and Olivia loving their histology lives!
Shamrock bunting (with additional hot-cross buns) in the lab to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
Jenna presenting our work looking at the expression of the chaperone clusterin in post-mortem tissue from people with ALS – in the Vinci International Congress Centre. Some fantastic food and wine also, in the gateway city to the Loire valley!
Jenna presenting our work performing spatial sequencing on deeply phenotyped post-mortem tissue! A great meeting where over 1,200 delegates attended to hear about progress in research on a number of topics including defining ALS/MND, technology, emerging tissue markers, and clinical support and quality of life.
ENCALS Barcelona July 2023
Us enjoying the European Network to Cure ALS meeting with fabulous gala dinner at the Recinto Modernista de Sant Pau – great science in lovely Cataluña!
TargetALS Meeting Boston May 2023
Here’s Jenna talking about TDP-43 aptamers as part of our consortium presentation!
Gregory Lab Highlights 2022
Some of our social highlights from 2022 – great fun!
Sep 2022. Lab night out to celebrate our recent paper. Tapas and a celebratory glass of Pedro Ximenez – great fun!
Our molecular lab is based in the Institute of Medical Sciences, Aberdeen. This is where the magic happens!
Olivia had a great time presenting her poster at this meeting. Lots of stimulating questions and a great opportunity to chat science!
Picpoul and chips is our lab tradition for celebrating papers that have been accepted – here we are celebrating our recent paper.