I joined the Robinson Group in October 2016 after completing my BSc (honours) at the University of East Anglia (UEA). My work revolves around utilizing the deletion of integrins α5, β3 and the VEGF co-receptor Nrp1 in endothelial cells to modulate angiogenesis and study the effects this process has on the murine mammary gland throughout its lifecycle.
Atkinson, SJ, Gontarczyk, AM, Ellison, TS, Johnson, RT, Kirkup, BM, Alghamdi, A, Fowler, WJ, Silva, BC, Schneider, JG, Weilbaecher, KN, Mogensen, MM, Bass, MD, Edwards, DR and Robinson, SD. (2018). The β3-integrin endothelial adhesome regulates microtubule dependent cell migration. EMBO Reports, 19, e44578.