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Read more at: Recent Publication: Harriet Bartlett (BBSRC DTP 2017 Cohort) – Royal Society Open Science
Harriet Bartlett

Recent Publication: Harriet Bartlett (BBSRC DTP 2017 Cohort) – Royal Society Open Science

24 June 2022

Congratulations to Harriet Bartlett, 2017 cohort PhD student on the BBSRC DTP programme, for publishing the Research Article ‘ Understanding the relative risks of zoonosis emergence under contrasting approaches to meeting livestock product demand ’ in Royal Society Open Science .


Read more at: Alumni survey reveals impacts of DTP
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Alumni survey reveals impacts of DTP

6 June 2022

A recent survey of all alumni of our DTP1 and DTP2 programmes provides a snapshot of their career trajectories and insights into how the DTP programme helped to launch their careers.


Read more at: Recent Publications: Naomi van den Berg (2020 cohort) – Bluesci and Nature Ecology & Evolution
Naomi van den Berg - articles

Recent Publications: Naomi van den Berg (2020 cohort) – Bluesci and Nature Ecology & Evolution

5 June 2022

Congratulations to Naomi van den Berg, 2020 cohort PhD student on the SBS DTP programme, for publishing two articles, "Pro-Science? Fight Anti-Science Compassionately" in Bluesci and, "Ecological modelling approaches for predicting emergent properties in microbial communities" in Nature Ecology & Evolution .


Read more at: DTP student Natalie Wallis receives best poster prize at department research retreat
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DTP student Natalie Wallis receives best poster prize at department research retreat

26 May 2022

Natalie attended the Institute of Metabolic Science (IMS) Away Day at Robinson College where she presented a poster of her PhD research. Natalie’s research focuses on elucidating the genetic basis of obesity and how investigation in dogs can offer translational insight into human obesity.


Read more at: Recent Publication: Kyle Reid (2019 cohort) – Frontiers in Immunology
Kyle Reid-Frontiers in Immunology

Recent Publication: Kyle Reid (2019 cohort) – Frontiers in Immunology

25 May 2022

Congratulations to Kyle Reid, 2019 cohort PhD student on the BBSRC DTP programme, for publishing the Research Article ‘ Brain Cells Release Calreticulin That Attracts and Activates Microglia, and Inhibits Amyloid Beta Aggregation and Neurotoxicity ’ in Frontiers in Immunology.


Read more at: BBSRC DTP student wins the first place in the Student Poster Competition at the International Congress of Nematology
Olaf Kranse - International Congress of Nematology

BBSRC DTP student wins the first place in the Student Poster Competition at the International Congress of Nematology

16 May 2022

Olaf Kranse , BBSRC DTP student in the Department of Plant Sciences, won first place in the student poster competition at the 7th International Congress of Nematology, which took place in Antibes Juan-Les-Pins (France), 1-6 May 2022. The Congress is held every 4 years and in this edition brought together over six hundred...


Read more at: Dr Diljeet Gill, BBSRC DTP Alumnus, interviewed about his cell rejuvenation research from BBC Radio 4’s Today programme
Diljeet Gill in the lab

Dr Diljeet Gill, BBSRC DTP Alumnus, interviewed about his cell rejuvenation research from BBC Radio 4’s Today programme

12 April 2022

Diljeet spoke to presenter Mishal Husain about how he has been able to partially rejuvenate cells so that they behave more youthfully, and appear 30 years younger by biological measures. Diljeet’s method of transient reprogramming, although in early stages, could eventually have implications for regenerative medicine...


Read more at: PIPS Symposium 2022
PIPS Symposium 2022

PIPS Symposium 2022

4 April 2022

Every year, the DTP programme hold a Symposium to discuss PIPS with students and host organisations. After the success of last year virtual event, finally we came back with a face-to-face event, which took place on Friday, 1 April 2022 at the Babraham Campus. The event was attended by organisations from different sectors...


Read more at: Prizes for Cambridge BBSRC DTP scientists in Parliamentary competition
Orla Woodward and Hamish Symington

Prizes for Cambridge BBSRC DTP scientists in Parliamentary competition

9 March 2022

Two PhD students on the Cambridge BBSRC DTP - Orla Woodward (Wellcome-MRC Institute of Metabolic Science) and Hamish Symington (Plant Sciences) – were awarded prizes in a Parliamentary showcase of early-career research. They were shortlisted from hundreds of applicants to present their biosciences research to a range of politicians and a panel of expert judges, as part of the STEM for BRITAIN event on Monday 7th March.


Read more at: BBSRC DTP student, Jack Smith, wins British Ecological Society photo competition
British Ecological Society - Capturing Ecology 2021

BBSRC DTP student, Jack Smith, wins British Ecological Society photo competition

9 November 2021

Congratulations to BBSRC DTP student Jack Smith for winning two category prizes in the British Ecological Society photo competition.


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Recent Publication: Harriet Bartlett (BBSRC DTP 2017 Cohort) – Royal Society Open Science

24 June 2022

Congratulations to Harriet Bartlett, 2017 cohort PhD student on the BBSRC DTP programme, for publishing the Research Article ‘ Understanding the relative risks of zoonosis emergence under contrasting approaches to meeting livestock product demand ’ in Royal Society Open Science .

Alumni survey reveals impacts of DTP

6 June 2022

A recent survey of all alumni of our DTP1 and DTP2 programmes provides a snapshot of their career trajectories and insights into how the DTP programme helped to launch their careers.

Recent Publications: Naomi van den Berg (2020 cohort) – Bluesci and Nature Ecology & Evolution

5 June 2022

Congratulations to Naomi van den Berg, 2020 cohort PhD student on the SBS DTP programme, for publishing two articles, "Pro-Science? Fight Anti-Science Compassionately" in Bluesci and, "Ecological modelling approaches for predicting emergent properties in microbial communities" in Nature Ecology & Evolution .