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Dr Neil Cross
Teaching (Cellular Pathology, Cell Biology and Genetics). Research (Cancer-related stuff mainly). Cyclist and birdwatcher.
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Dr Neil Cross Jun 18
Welcome! We are a friendly bunch here in biosciences and chemistry.
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Sheffield Hospitals Jun 13
Our very own eye Mr Sachin Salvi will be talking to on tonight about the incredibly brave Hannah Corne who was treated at our specialist clinic for a cancer affecting the eyes of five people in every million. Starts 6.30pm
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Shef Uni Med PGR Jun 13
We have lots of exciting funded PhD opportunities in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health! Take a look and apply before its too late!
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Nature News & Views Jun 11
Watching cancer cells evolve through chromosomal instability
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Dr Neil Cross Jun 11
When the virus inserts its DNA into the cervical cells, sometimes only parts of its DNA are inserted. If the test is directed to the 'missing' bits, you may get a false -ve, but that is unusual. Depends on which test used.This paper summarises the field.
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Dr Neil Cross Jun 11
Probably poor click-bait journalism (I recently cancelled my subscription). Screening per se is not a problem. Some women +ve for low-risk HPV types being over-treated (post-screening) as their infection would not induce cancer.
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Shearer West Jun 9
Why University League Tables are bad for you… and What’s Better - Physics Good blog from our School of Physics and Astronomy.
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Dr Neil Cross Jun 8
Replying to @TheOtherDrX
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C Duckett Sanders Jun 4
presenting her poster today at on her impressive work in biopharmaceuticals detection in 3D tumour models using MALDI-MSI
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Dr Neil Cross Jun 4
Replying to @NikitaLad_
Great news. Who are you working with?
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Dr Neil Cross Jun 4
Replying to @lambertlab1
If you ever get asked to review for Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC), politely decline!
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Dr Neil Cross May 30
Might be worth watching this evening. I’m running a marathon next week in support of Climbing For All, who have supported Clare’s climbing as part of her recovery from a major stroke. Clare will be featured with a film of her climbing.
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Liberal Intellectual #FBPE #OFAB May 28
Replying to @Phil_Baty
Seem to have hit a nerve. Why so sensitive? Maybe because you know you’re pushing the idea that HE is just another piece of consumerism, marketable like low cost groceries, rateable with simplistic league tables, a little too hard?
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Dr Neil Cross May 28
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Dr Neil Cross May 26
Try but taking out some of the ‘easy’ bits and replacing with a few unused local climbs. 88k with 2319m ascent currently.
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Uli Schwarz-Linek May 17
13 (!) research positions for postdocs and technicians, also PhD studentships at Portsmouth, biological solutions for recycling, enzymes... looks interesting.
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DTA May 16
Today our students & PGRs are starting a two-day elective about '3D Cell Cultures' led by . Tomorrow some of our students will be showcasing 3D culture systems!
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Rebecca Leyland, PhD May 17
Thank you to for publishing our work on the role of miR-155 in plasmablast differentiation. Congratulations to all authors.
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Dr Neil Cross May 15
Replying to @dave_thesmith
You have the desk numbers on the scripts. Surely you can generate a heat map or something from that data.
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Nature Medicine May 10
identifies a unique phenotype enriched in CD4+ T cells isolated from patients.
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