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Cell scientist to watch - Paul Timpson.

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Paul Timpson received his bachelor's degree from the University of Strathclyde, UK and completed his PhD under the supervision of Margaret Frame at the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research and the University of Glasgow in 2002, working on Src kinases and Rho family GTPases in cancer cell invasion. He then moved to the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Sydney, Australia to work with Roger Daly on the actin-binding protein cortactin in several cancer models. Paul returned to the Beatson Institute in 2007 with the aid of an AstraZeneca postdoctoral research fellowship. He worked with Kurt Anderson on the development of multi-disciplinary live-cell imaging techniques to investigate the molecular dynamics of cancer cells in vivo In 2012, he started his own research group at the Garvan Institute, assessing cancer in the context of its surrounding environment with the use of advanced intravital imaging technology. His aim is to target distinct hallmarks of cancer progression and to reduce resistance pathways to improve anti-cancer therapeutics.

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Name: Journal of cell science
ISSN: 1477-9137
Pages: 2949-2951

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