Harriet Manley, a 22 year old PhD student working at ARMI, is investigating neutrophils in zebrafish to see what makes cells motile as she believes this will help us better understand the immune response. It may also reveal clues as to how cancer cells gain motility and spread through our body.
It’s National Science Week, and at ARMI we could not be prouder of our amazing team of scientists, technicians, students, affiliates and administrative team who embody the spirit of ARMI. It is this group of talented and dedicated individuals who are working to unlock the regenerative capability of the human body. Our 77+ strong team of scientists boasts 15 research groups, making us one of the largest regenerative medicine and stem cell research hubs in the world.
As a PhD student, Eamon Coughlan spends a lot of time looking at genes that control the development and patterning of the spinocerebellar system. Besides science, Eamon has another passion in his life – Celtic music.