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Michele and Reda at the New Directions in Immuno-Oncology conference
Information on how the Crick plans to handle Brexit and recruitment.
Our response to the Migration Advisory Committee's consultation, 'Salary threshold and points-based system (PBS) commission'.
Matt is an oncologist, working on computational analysis of bone tumour genomics.
Role: Postdoc | Quantitative Cell Biology Laboratory
Role: Postdoc | Tumour-Host Interaction Laboratory
Role: Postdoc | Sex Chromosome Biology Laboratory
Emily is studying the role of amino acid metabolism in cancer.
We're talking to the committee of Proud Crick, the Crick's staff-run LGBT+ network about their paths to the Crick, and about the importance of being vocal when it comes to LGBT+ issues in science.
Xinyi is dermatologist working on single-cell transcriptomics.