Work with us

See below for the latest opportunities in the lab

We currently have a PhD studentship advertised within the BBSRC South Coast Doctoral Training Programme between our group in the School of Life Sciences at Sussex, and the medicinal chemistry group of Dr Matthias Baud, University of Southampton. The project will investigate novel Wnt signalling mechanisms in haematopoietic stem cells (HSC) and enrolment would be October 2024.

For more details about the project and the link to application follow the link below. Deadline 08/01/2024 17.00 GMT.



We are always interested to hear from enthusiastic and motivated self-funded students who are keen to pursue postgraduate research studies in the field of myeloid leukaemia. Please use contact details on the Welcome page for all enquiries.  

We will be shortly be submitting a PhD project for consideration as part of the BBSRC South Coast Doctoral Training Programme. Please keep an eye on the website for further details coming soon for October 2024 enrolment.

Research fellows

The lab is enthusiastic about supporting the development of independent clinical and non-clinical research fellows through the generation of pilot data and assistance through the grant writing process. Please make contact if you have overlapping research aspirations in our areas of interest.

Industrial partners

We are keen to establish collaborative links with local/national/international pharma, biotech and life sciences companies in the joint supervision of project students and the development of novel agents. Please contact us if you have shared interests in the targeting of Wnt/β-catenin signalling in human cancer, or wish to sponsor a meeting of the Haematology Research Group (HRG). 


Our work quite simply doesn't happen without the kind donation of public money driven through the hard work of fundraising volunteers. If you are a local organisation or charity with a stake in leukaemia research please contact us about the prospect of lab tours and information days to learn more about our research.