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Lucy Lawrence

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Lucy is the Digital Content Producer for Technology Networks. She worked previously as a state-registered Biomedical Scientist at the Royal Derby Hospital where she began to communicate science for the popular press and has since covered many topical issues ranging from Coronavirus to Cannabis. She believes in the power of science to inspire, educate and entertain and at Technology Networks employs her wealth of knowledge and hands-on experience to create a range of high-quality and engaging scientific content across a large variety of media outlets.

Latest Content

Gene Therapy To Treat Epilepsy With Dr. Eric Wengert

In this Teach Me in 10 episode, Lucy Lawrence is joined by Dr. Eric Wengert, postdoctoral fellow at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to discuss gene therapies used to treat epilepsy.

High-Throughput and High-Content Screening in Organoids and 3D Models With Michiel Fokkelman

In this episode, Lucy Lawrence and Michiel Fokkelman will discuss the concept of high content imaging of 3D-cultured organoids in combination with high throughput screening as a service for drug discovery and pre-clinical drug development.

Isolation and Functional Validation of Quiescent Colorectal Cancer Stem Cells With Joseph Regan

Dr. Joseph Regan speaks to Lucy Lawrence and shares information from a recently published protocol for the isolation and functional validation of label-retaining quiescent colorectal cancer stem cells from patient-derived organoids for RNA-seq.

Using Virtual Reality in Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy With Agnieszka Sekula

Lucy Lawrence is joined by Agnieszka Sekula co-founder of Enosis Therapeutics and PhD Researcher at Swinburne University of Technology to discover exactly how VR could be used in Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy.

Female Hormone Mapping With Dr. Nicky Keay

In this Teach Me In 10 episode we are joined by Dr. Nicky Keay, a leading expert in endocrinology and honorary clinical lecturer in medicine at University College London, honorary fellow in the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Durham University and former research fellow at St. Thomas’ Hospital.

Analytical Testing and Cannabis Cultivation With Lydia Abernethy

In this Teach Me in 10 episode we are joined by Lydia Abernethy, senior science consultant at Steep Hill Labs and current chief executive officer at Rain Changes Everything LLC, a cannabis crop consulting company.

Lydia will be teaching us about analytical testing and cannabis cultivation, discussing testing failures, site assessment, facility assessment, cultivation assessments and remediation.

Convenient, Fast and Easy Density Measurements Directly From Your Laboratory Balance With Wallace Harvey

In this Teach Me in 10 episode Wallace Harvey will provide instruction on how Sartorius Cubis II balances can be utilized to determine the density of solids and liquids accurately and easily.

Neurodevelopmental Disorders With Rochelle Hines

In this episode of Teach Me in 10, UNLV neuroscientist Dr. Rochelle Hines joins us to discuss the team’s latest findings, which show that mutations in ARHGEF9 — the gene that codes for collybistin — lead to ID through impaired α2 subunit function.

Powered and Prepared for Your Next Label-Free Challenge With Dr. Helge Schnerr

In this episode of Teach Me in 10, we speak with Helge Schnerr, global campaign manager at Sartorius, about the motivation behind this move, the game-changing features on the SF3 and how it all translates to empowering scientists.

Introducing Primer Extension Target Enrichment for NGS With Brian Godwin

In this episode of Teach Me in 10, Lucy Lawrence is joined by Brian Godwin, director of reagent and assay development at Roche Sequencing to discuss primer extension target enrichment for NGS.