Lab mums and Xingchen
Lab Day out 2018
Lab day out
Manchester city centre
Congratulations! Rafaella Konstantinou defended her dissertation and became Dr. Rafaella Konstantinou
July 27, 2023
Lab Day Out with nature views and tasty foods
July 17, 2023
Two new publications on bioRxiv!
X Li, B.T Goult, C Ballestrem, T Zacharchenko
Judith B. Fülle, Rogerio Alves de Almeida, Craig Lawless, Bian Yanes, E. Birgitte Lane,
David R. Garrod, Christoph Ballestrem
J Cell Biol (2022) 221 (10): e202107022.
Paul Atherton*, Rafaella Konstantinou*, Suat Peng Neo, Emily Wang, Eleonora Balloi, Marina Ptushkina, Hayley Bennett, Kath Clark, Jayantha Gunaratne, David Critchley, Igor Barsukov, Edward Manser, Christoph Ballestrem
Huge congratulations Christoph for your appointment as Professor at the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Manchester in 2019.
Fantastic inaugural lecture!
29 June 2022
31 March 2022
Our amazing final year students 2022!
Journal of Cell Science (2021) 134, jcs258906
Judith B. Fülle, Henri Huppert, David Liebl, Jaron Liu, Rogerio Alves de Almeida, Bian Yanes, Graham D. Wright, E. Birgitte Lane, David R. Garrod, Christoph Ballestrem
Volume 407, Issue 2, 15 October 2021, 112805
De-Yao Wang, Cristina Melero, Ashwaq Albaraky, Paul Atherton, Karin A. Jansen, Andrea Dimitracopoulos, Federico Dajas-Bailador, Adam Reid, Kristian Franze, Christoph Ballestrem
Congratulations to Paul Atherton on being awarded the
Research Staff Strategy Group (RSSG) Excellence Award
for Best Research Staff of the Year 2020/21
of the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health at the University of Manchester!
The RSSG awards are bestowed on researchers who make a significant contribution to the research excellence of the University. Paul, you are an outstanding researcher and at the same time you always support the colleagues you work with. Huge congratulations, we are looking forward to celebrate with you!
with golf, footgolf, pizza, bbq and great company of new and old labmembers, friends & family
"Desmosome dualism: the core is stable while plakophilin is dynamic."
at the ‘Dynamic Cell IV’
organised by the BSCB and the Biochemical Society 14-19th March 2021