Congratulations to Sam Norton who won the PhD Student Speaker award at the Otago Medical School Research Society (OMSRS) Scientific Meeting.
Sam, a PhD student in the Kemp Lab, presented the following paper:
Sam Norton, E Taylor, E Dunn, F Munro, M Black, J McCall, R Kemp. Colorectal tumour associated macrophages are more pro-inflammatory than adjacent control bowel tissue macrophage populations.
The OMSRS hosts six meetings per year: three of which consist of presentations from postgraduate students in competition for prize money; a presentation from an invited speaker of national or international standing; and two meetings for research staff focussing on biomedical and clinical research, respectively.