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Case Study: Mark Pfuhl, King’s College London

Our fifth case study turns to highly specialised equipment sharing, focusing on research carried out by Dr Mark Pfuhl at King’s College London (KCL). Dr Pfuhl is a Reader in Cardiovascular Structural Biology. His research includes investigating the structure of proteins involved in muscle signalling and regulation in the heart. This is important for the … Read more

Case study: Anneke Lubben, University of Bath

Our next case study takes the point of view of a facility manager from University of Bath, Dr Anneke Luben, on equipment sharing. Dr Lubben is a Mass Spectrometrist and Head of the Material and Chemical Characterisation Facility (MC2) at the University of Bath. This was formed from a merger between the Chemical Characterisation and … Read more

Case Study: Dr Blair Johnston, Strathclyde University

In the latest of our case study posts, we focus on Dr Blair Johnston, a Reader at the Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences. Blair’s research interests include drug discovery, molecular structure simulation, machine learning and prediction, data analysis, and web-enabled science. His research group works closely with experimental scientists to use collaborative research … Read more

Case Study: Sarah Aldridge, Swansea University

In the second of our case studies about equipment sharing we focus on an interdisciplinary project based at Swansea University. The context Sarah Aldridge is PhD student in the College of Engineering at Swansea University. Her research combines the fields of engineering, sports science, osteology and genetics. Working with the remains from Henry VIII’s warship … Read more

Case Study: Marian Case, Newcastle University

The research context Marian Case is a research associate with the Northern Institute for Cancer Research (NICR) based at Newcastle University. Her work is aimed at improving the treatment of children with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia so that some children could receive fewer drugs, thereby decreasing the toxicity of chemotherapeutic drugs they are given, but still … Read more