Archived IVTS News Stories
IVTS 2013 Mini-Followship Winners Announcement
The recipient of the inaugural IVTS mini-fellowship for 2013 is Mr Philip Probert of the Institute of Cellular Medicine, Newcastle University.
Philip is a second year PhD student funded by the NC3Rs and will spend three weeks in the laboratory of Professor Pasquale Mosesso, Department of Ecological and Biological Sciences, University of Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy, investigating ‘Methods for chromosomal aberration, SCEs , micronuclei and aneuploidy by toxins in a novel in vitro hepatocyte model’.
Prof Mosesso is an academic with research expertise in genotoxicity assays and is recognised as an expert by the European Food Safety Authority.
Congratulations to Philip Probert of Newcastle University who was awarded the IVTS Poster Prize at the recent BTS Annual Congress. Philip’s poster “Metabolic and Toxicity Screening Potential of B13 Progenitor-Derived Hepatocyte-like Cells” can be viewed here.