The Tadion Rideal Prize has been awarded to Dr Chibeza Agley, from the Centre of Human & Aerospace Physiological Sciences (CHAPS), for his thesis titled: ‘Assessment of cell fate and the role of Wnt-β-catenin signalling in human primary skeletal muscle-derived cells’. The thesis was carried out under the supervision of Professor Steve Harridge and Professor Phillipa Francis-West.
“For my doctoral research at King’s College London, I took on the problem of adult human muscle stem cell multilineage potential (i.e. the ability of a stem cell to give rise to more than one cell type), which had been a hotly debated topic in the field for many years. Continue reading