Professor Doreen Cantrell
CBE FRS FRSE FMedSci
Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellow
Cell Signalling and Immunology, School of Life Sciences
+44 (0)1382 385156
James Black Centre
Collaborative research between the Universities of Dundee and Cambridge has uncovered how ‘assassin’ immune cells are able keep on killing as they hunt down cancer cells, repeatedly reloading their toxic weapons.
A University of Dundee researcher is to join an international collaboration that brings scientists from academia together with one of the world’s largest pharma companies to help develop new drugs for cancer and other devastating diseases.
University of Dundee projects to help the country in the fight against Covid-19 have been awarded nearly £500,000 in funding.
T-lymphocyte signal transduction
|National Sciences Prizes awarded since 1990 / Lifetime Honorary Membership of the British Society for Immunology||2019|
|Personal Fellowships / Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellowship||2017|
|National Sciences Prizes awarded since 1990 / Novartis Medal and Prize of the Biochemical Society||2017|
|Commander of the British Empire (CBE)||2014|
|Personal Fellowships / Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellowship||2012|
|Fellows of the Royal Society||2011|
|Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh||2005|
|Members of the European Molecular Biology Organisation||2000|