(September 2011 - present) looking into the functional importance of ppGalNAc-Ts in metastasis.
Breast cancer, metastasis, O-linked glycosylation, ppGalNAc-Ts, microscopy.
2008 - 2011 - BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Science at Oxford Brookes University.
Beaman, E.M. and Brooks, S.A. (2014) The extended ppGalNAc-T family and their functional importance in the metastatic cascade. Histology and Histopathology, 29: 293-304.
Jacobs LA, Bewicke-Copley F, Poolman MG, Pink RC, Mulcahy LA, Baker I, Beaman EM, Brooks T, Caley DP, Cowling W, Currie JMS, Horsburgh J, Kenehan L, Keyes E, Leite D, Massa D, McDermott-Rouse A, Samuel P, Wood H, Kadhim M, Carter DRF. 2013. Meta-analysis using a novel database, miRStress, reveals miRNAs that are frequently associated with the radiation and hypoxia stress-responses. Plos One.