Congratulations to Chris Greening (from Greg Cook’s lab) for his PhD thesis “Physiological roles of the three [NiFe]-hydrogenases from Mycobacterium smegmatis”, which was placed on the Health Sciences Divisional List of Exceptional PhD theses this week.
Congratulations to Andy Highton, from Ros Kemp's lab, who won second prize at the poster sessio; and Chris Greening, from Greg Cook's lab, who won second prize in the oral session at the Otago School of Medical Sciences Postgraduate Day.
Professor Greg Cook and his research team are in collaboration with the oldest medical university in Myanmar (Burma) to study drug-resistant TB clinical isolates.
Congratulations to the following staff who have been awarded grants from the Lotteries Health:
Congratulations to Chris Greening, who recently completed his PhD in Gregory Cook’s lab.
The department's Cook Laboratory has a new publication in the high-impact multidisciplinary journal PNAS.