Rosetrees Researchers’ News

Rosetrees Researchers’ News

Yoram Reshef

Rosetrees Trust Interdisciplinary Award 2020

Rosetrees Trust Interdisciplinary Award 2020

We are delighted to announce that the winners of the Rosetrees Trust Interdisciplinary Award 2020 are Professor Quentin Sattentau (Oxford University) and Professor Ben Davis (Rosalind Franklin Institute and Oxford University). The team will receive an award of...

Professor Ravi Gupta/Time magazine 100 most influential people in 2020.

Professor Ravi Gupta/Time magazine 100 most influential people in 2020.

Photography Credit: Jane Stockdale  Huge congratulations to Professor Ravi Gupta who has been listed in Time magazine’s ‘100 most influential people of 2020’. Included along household names such as Killing Eve writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge,  Formula 1 driver Lewis...

An Introduction to the Physics of Medicine Network

An Introduction to the Physics of Medicine Network

The Physics of Medicine (2020-2023) is an exciting new Rosetrees Trust-funded project that has recently launched, representing a new partnership with the well-established Physics of Life network. The Physics of Life network is a community driven network consisting of...

Dr. Nicky Whiffin: Getting to know Rosetrees researchers

Dr. Nicky Whiffin: Getting to know Rosetrees researchers

Rosetrees researcher profile: Dr. Nicky Whiffin, Imperial College London Who Rosetrees Trust is funding Dr. Nicky Whiffin is a research fellow in the National Heart and Lung Institute, at Imperial College London. Her research focuses on exploring genetic variants that...

Emergency COVID-19 ultrasensitive point of care diagnostic

Emergency COVID-19 ultrasensitive point of care diagnostic

Professor Molly Stevens, a member of our Scientific Advisory Panel and a Rosetrees Trust-funded researcher, has recently received more than €600,000 in funding for a project that aims to develop an emergency COVID-19 ultrasensitive point of care diagnostic. This...

Professor Molly Stevens elected as FRS

Professor Molly Stevens elected as FRS

Delighted to announce that a member of our Scientific Advisory Panel, Professor Molly Stevens, was recently elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society, amongst 60 exceptional scientists from around the world. Professor Molly Stevens has been honoured for ground-breaking...

COVID-19

COVID-19

We hope that our community of researchers and partners are keeping well at this difficult time. We encourage all our researchers to get in touch and share their plans with us. We want to continue supporting our projects where we can and we would ask you to respond to...

Dr. Pascale V Guillot: Getting to know Rosetrees researchers

Dr. Pascale V Guillot: Getting to know Rosetrees researchers

Rosetrees researcher profile: Dr. Pascale V Guillot, UCL Who Rosetrees Trust is fundingDr. Pascale V Guillot’s research is about a rare disease called brittle bone disease, also known as osteogenesis imperfecta (OI). OI affects around 10,000 births and in average 70...

Professor Sejal Saglani: Getting to know Rosetrees researchers

Professor Sejal Saglani: Getting to know Rosetrees researchers

Rosetrees researcher profile: Professor Sejal Saglani, Imperial College London Who Rosetrees Trust is fundingProfessor Sejal Saglani leads the childhood severe asthma research programme at the National Heart & Lung Institute, Imperial College London. Her research...

Advancing knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease, towards novel therapies

Advancing knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease, towards novel therapies

Dr. Laura Aitken, a senior postdoctoral research fellow with Professor Frank Gunn-Moore’s group, is currently leading a Rosetrees-funded project that aims to identify novel drugs for Alzheimer’s disease, at the University of St Andrews. In this project Laura has been...

Investigating molecular targets for auditory system regeneration

Investigating molecular targets for auditory system regeneration

Professor Matthew Holley has received Rosetrees Trust funding to support a project that involved investigating molecular targets for auditory system regeneration, at Sheffield University. Dr. Tanaya Bardhan also worked on this project, as part of her PhD. They were...