PHATS goes large !
A British summer in Brighton
The Society for Experimental Biology main meeting, July3rd-7th 2016.
Clinical Sciences and Drug Discovery conference Dund
Kimberley presented a talk to a very different audience in Dundee in July
First PHATS team mission to Belgium
Kelly has recently returned from Belgium where she learnt how to analyse fat samples for a range of different POPs, using gas chromatography and mass spectrometry.
HEAR project 2016
One of our recent Abertay graduates, from the applied Biomedical science route, Jayanti Basnet Khadka, worked with us over the summer to perfect histological sectioning and staining of seal fat tissue.
Isle of May field season 2016
Field work, October-December 2017
Isle of May SNH seal weekend 2016
To herald the arrival of the seals on the Isle of May NNR, the SNH host a seals weekend. We went along to chat to the visitors about our project and all things sealy.
Fitness and fatness in seals and humans: public talk
Kimberley gave a public talk at the Carnelly Museum at Dundee University on fitness and fatness in seals and humans.
Environmental Analytical Chemistry symposium, Dundee
In December, Kimberley presented some of our preliminary data at the 9th Annual Environmental Analytical Chemistry Conference at Dundee University.
A visit to Plymouth for the UKIRSC
Kimberley contributed to the UK and Ireland Student chapter of the society for marine mammalogy annual meeting, this year hosted in Plymouth
Holly joins the PHATS team
Holly has joined us from Plymouth University to work on stress markers in seal blubber
James heads to Liverpool for a genomics workshop
James travelled down to Liverpool for a Physiological Society workshop on genomics and transcriptomics
Kelly returnes to Belgium for more POP analysis
Kelly has returned to Belgium to analyse the seal blubber for its contaminant load