So if you’ve been keeping up with my posts then you have probably realised by now that most of the experiments that I carry out in the lab are for testing how much damaged DNA is present in a cell. And so I thought it would be useful to explain a little bit more about… Continue reading Why look at damaged DNA?
Today I thought I would give you all an update on where my work with the flies is up to. In my last fly post (https://harperphd.com/the-importance-of-the-fruit-fly/) I mentioned that I would be using the humble fruit fly as a side project to my research and that I needed to have a run-through of my methods… Continue reading Collecting fruit fly eggs
This week I have been super busy learning a new technique in one of the labs down at the hospital, so I haven’t been able to post this as early as I wanted to. But anyway, I wanted to write a little bit more about the funding help that I’ve had to get to where… Continue reading Hope Against Cancer