Conference; Advances in Neuroblastoma Research

At this years ANR meeting the lab made an impact.

Almost the entire lab went to Amsterdam to rub shoulders with the Neuroblastoma Research community. What’s more we went without “adult” supervision, Professor Palmer had another meeting on the other side of the globe and Professor Hallberg went over the pond to the US.

Marcus accidentally submitted an abstract that got him on stage to present “ALK ligand ALKAL2 potentiates MYCN-driven neuroblastoma in abcence of ALK mutation”. He admits to beeing nervous, but put up a brilliant show that garnered applause from the entire auditorium.

Ruth Palmer
Ruth Palmer
Professor at Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology

I want to impart those around me with my enthusiasm for research and to train the next generation scientist.