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Professor Geoff Pilkington

Emeritus Professor

  1. Deacetylation of GD3A as a potential therapeutic strategy for paediatric medulloblastoma

    Author: Mather, R. L., 2016

    Supervisor: Professor Geoff Pilkington (Supervisor) & Dr Helen Fillmore (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  2. Expression of inward rectifier potassium channel subunits in optic nerve glia

    Author: Brasko, C., Jan 2013

    Supervisor: Professor Arthur Butt (Supervisor) & Professor Geoff Pilkington (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  3. Histone deacetylases in paediatric glioblastoma

    Author: Pinkstone, E., 2017

    Supervisor: Professor Geoff Pilkington (Supervisor) & Dr Helen Fillmore (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  4. LDHA as a potential therapeutic target for medulloblastoma

    Author: Valvona, C. J., Feb 2016

    Supervisor: Professor Geoff Pilkington (Supervisor), Donovan, L. (Supervisor) & Dr Helen Fillmore (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  5. Role of CD15 and CD15s in the cellular mechanisms of cancer cell metastasis from lung to the brain

    Author: Jassam, S. A., Jan 2016

    Supervisor: Professor Geoff Pilkington (Supervisor), Dr Helen Fillmore (Supervisor) & Dr Zaynah Maherally (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  6. Sensitivity to and functional effects of tricyclic agents on glioma: an immunohistochemical and in vitro study

    Author: Peregrin, K. A., Jun 2011

    Supervisor: Professor Geoff Pilkington (Supervisor) & Professor Arthur Butt (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  7. The effect of thalidomide on cachexia in upper gastrointestinal cancer

    Author: Green, S., 2015

    Supervisor: Professor Geoff Pilkington (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  8. The role of TAM receptors in brain tumour cell signalling and behaviour

    Author: Vouri, M., May 2016

    Supervisor: Dr Sassan Hafizi (Supervisor), Dr Qian An (Supervisor) & Professor Geoff Pilkington (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

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