Lucy Ginn

PhD student , Cancer research UK Manchester Institute
  • Cancer research UK Manchester Institute
  • Community
  • United Kingdom

About Lucy Ginn

I am a PhD student working at the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute. I am currently investigating the Rac signalling pathway, particularly guanine exchange factors and their function in NSCLC.

Research Interest

Cancer Cell Migration Cell Signalling Regulation of Gene Expression Transcription

Other Expertise/Interests

Scientific communication

Intro Content

Cancer research outreach

Exploring the role of TIAM1 in lung cancer may reveal novel therapies for patients with advanced disease

On World Cancer Day 2022, Molecular Oncology launched a writing competition for early-career researchers, to highlight the importance of effective communication of cancer research to a lay audience. Here we publish one of the runner-up entries, praised by the jury for the quality of its writing.

FEBS Network special areas

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Outreach activities: advice, resources and ideas for life scientists