|Maria Demaria||Natasha Tuano||Phillip Law||Caroline Tuck|
Congratulations to our recently completed PhD students Maria Demaria, Natasha Tuano, Phillip Law and Caroline Tuck! Good luck in the next stage of the career pathway!
Our four recent graduates are:
Maria Demaria, Department of Immunology and Pathology: 'The function of leucocyte-specific tetraspanins CD37 and CD53 in the immune system", supervised by Associate Professor Mark Wright.
Natasha Tuano, Department of Diabetes: "Role of the lysine methyltransferase Set7 in smooth muscle gene expression and function". Natasha was supervised by Dr Jun Okabe and Professor Assam El-Osta (Epigenetics group). Part of her thesis was published in Nucleic Acid Research (IF 9.2) in 2016.
Phillip Law, Monash Alfred Psychiatry research centre: "Investigating perceptual rivalry as a psychiatric biomarker". Phillip was supervised by Dr Steven Miller, Dr Trung Thanh and Dr Caroline Gurvich.
Caroline Tuck, Department of Gastroenterology: "Adjunctive therapy to the low FODMAP dietary management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome". Caroline was supervised by Dr Jane Muir, Dr Jacqueline Barrett and Prof Peter Gibson. Follow Caroline on Twitter @tuck_caroline