Early Stage Researchers

An overview of our Early Stage Researchers (ESRs)

Raluca Alexandra Neagoe

ESR 1: Regulation of GPVI clustering: role of the cytoskeleton 

University of Birmingham and University of Wurzburg

Xueqing Wang

ESR 2: The role of membrane microdomains in GPVI signalling

University of Birmingham and University of Santiago de Compostela

Jingnan Huang

ESR 3: Innovative methods to study proteomic signatures of glycoprotein receptor signalling 

Leibniz-Institut Fur Analytische Wissenschaften-ISAS and University of Maastricht

Natalie Jooss

ESR 4: Role of (patho)physiological flow on receptor clustering and signalling

University of Maastricht and University of Birmingham

 

Marcin Sowa

ESR 5: Artificial lipid membranes to study GPVI receptor clustering and signalling

University of Reading and University of Santiago de Compostela

Helena Brown

ESR 7: The role of platelet receptors in inflammatory bleeding 

University of Wurzburg and University of Birmingham

Zahra Maqsood

ESR 9: Modelling of CLEC-2 clustering and signalling

University of Birmingham and Alacris

 

Chukiat Tantiwong

ESR 10: Modelling of collagen receptor clustering and signalling

University of Reading and University of Maastricht

 

Hilaire Cheung

ESR 11: Integrating omics, functional datasets and microscopy to predict thrombosis and haemostasis

Leibniz-Institut Fur Analytische Wissenschaften-ISAS and University of Birmingham

Delia Fernandez

ESR 12: High throughput screening of small molecule inhibitors of receptor signalling

University of Maastricht and University of Santiago de Compostela

Luis Moran

ESR 15: High throughput screening of small molecule inhibitors of CLEC-2

University of Santiago de Compostela and University of Birmingham