Melanie Seaton

PhD candidate, Manchester Cancer Research Centre
  • Manchester Cancer Research Centre
  • Community
  • United Kingdom

About Melanie Seaton

I am a third year PhD candidate in Dr Christine Schmidt's lab, based in the Manchester Cancer Research Centre at The University of Manchester. My project aims to develop "spermbots" as cellular micromotors to detect and eradicate ovarian cancer at a much earlier stage than it is usually diagnosed. Outside of my lab work I organise networking and social events for my faculty's postgraduate researcher community, and I love to present and discuss my science with anyone who will listen!

Research Interest

Biotechnology Cancer Pharmacology and Toxicology

FEBS Constituent Society

UK (Biochemical Society)

Other Expertise/Interests

Scientific event organization Journal publishing Scientific communication Science industry

FEBS Network special areas

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Outreach activities: advice, resources and ideas for life scientists

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