Earlier in the year we wrote about University College London (UCL) PhD student Eva Puschmann. Planer are helping with finance for her PhD under the IMPACT scheme which links the best UCL research expertise with progressive science and technology companies. Eva is undertaking three years research into novel cryopreservation methods for the bio-artificial liver project at University College London.
At December’s Pearce Gould Professorship meeting, Eva was awarded the presentation prize for her work on Liquidus Tracking. This is an annual award within the Division of Surgery & Interventional Science encompassing the various University College London Medical School and hospital sites and takes place over two 2 days. Research students give short presentations to be judged by the nominated professor. Eva was the winner for the 2nd day session and the award was conferred by the Pearce Gould Professor for 2011, Professor Keith Rolles.
For more information please see: UCL News http://www.ucl.ac.uk/surgicalscience/divisional_news