A. Luke Wilkinson.
A. Intercalating Medical Student, between years 4 and 5 of study. Currently undertaking a Masters Degree in Cancer Research.
A. The Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
A. We aim to understand the relationship between pancreatic cancer cells and cancer-associated fibroblasts, a cell within the tumour microenvironment that is proven to help pancreatic cancer progress. More specifically, I am looking at two proteins and their distribution in both these cells through a variety of different techniques.
A. Better understanding of the relationship between the two cells could potentially provide new treatments, reveal more about how the disease progresses and help more people survive this aggressive type of cancer.
A. They very kindly help pay for my course fees and help with living expenses.
A. The drive to make my family and friends proud and to leave a positive lasting impact after my time.
A. I have many interests outside of medicine and science. I love playing and watching football, am a keen drummer, and enjoy skiing and keeping fit.
A. Some people are so poor, all they have is money.