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Gareth Lavery
Have a thing for , , and maintaining . Have a thing for . Wellcome Trust Senior Fellow. Owning my views.
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Fendt Lab Jan 17
Congratulations to Juan, Patrica and Erica! Our review on "Stable Isotopes for Tracing Mammalian-Cell Metabolism In Vivo." is online. We hope you find it an interesting and helpful read!
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FrezzaLab Jan 15
A major breakthrough in evolutionary biology and for mitochondrial biologists Isolation of an archaeon at the prokaryote–eukaryote interface | Nature
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Whitehead Institute Jan 14
“Perched at the interface between organisms and their environments” — Grace Liu and Institute Member review mTOR’s role at the nexus of nutrition, growth, aging and disease:
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Giles Yeo Jan 9
diet 👇🏼? I don’t think so.
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IMSR Jan 9
We’re looking for a Research Fellow-95519 in research group to perform high quality research in the development of a model of the metabolic network in brain tumours
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Dr Rob Fowkes Jan 9
Very honoured to be included in this lovely study by Freeja ter Heegde et al. Osteoarthritis-related nociceptive behaviour following mechanical joint loading correlates with cartilage damage
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Ralser Lab Jan 9
Have you seen a scientific paper using language like "No amount of hard-selling can resurrect this dead parrot of an idea"? to criticize outstanding work of a junior scientist? ? Unacceptable. may need an etiquette for scientific language
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Gareth Lavery Jan 9
Replying to @MattLoxham
Feel it. I tried alcohol free beer while grant writing last night. That double sucked. Take day 4 and 5 off.
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Gareth Lavery Jan 8
Replying to @alanmcn1
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Gareth Lavery Jan 7
Replying to @GalacticZoo
Thanks Caroline!!
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Gareth Lavery Jan 7
Replying to @ederzavala
Good advice!
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Gareth Lavery Jan 7
Replying to @CnpDr
I've given myself 5 days. So feel Im winning.
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Gareth Lavery Jan 7
Replying to @Lavery_Lab
..thinking how to complete this section is helping me to frame better the 'importance' and 'background' sections of the main grant. It's only taken 10 years to see this benefit and maybe I should reappraise my whole approach. Though the reviewers may not agree. lol. 2/2
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Gareth Lavery Jan 7
I am writing a scientific grant and suddenly a new value to me of the section- Describe the proposed research in simple terms in a way that could be publicised to a general audience- is most apparent.....1/2
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Rutter Lab Jan 6
Tonight on we briefly highlight the life & works of one of the greatest biochemists of all time, Argentine laureate Dr. Luis Federico Leloir,
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IMSR Jan 6
We’re looking for a Research Fellow-95519 in research group to perform high quality research in the development of a model of the metabolic network in brain tumours
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DeBerardinis Lab Jan 3
Where the TCA cycle haters at, 's got some words for you: Mitochondrial TCA cycle metabolites control physiology and disease
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Martin Whitham Jan 3
Just over a week to apply for this PhD studentship opportunity with me and a great team of co-supervisors
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Kim Jonas Dec 31
It’s out! Our review on how gonadotrophin hormone receptor complexes direct intracellular signalling. Good work
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Daniel J Drucker Dec 25
Timing is Everything-Just in time for Christmas dinner-The Science and Clinical Potential of
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