BSc (Hons), PhD, AFHEA
Post-Doctoral Research Assistant
Shirin is a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant studying the role of lymphatic endothelial cells in in-transit melanoma. She graduated from the University of Hull with a PhD in Biomedical Science in 2023 and a BSc Honours in Biomedical Science in 2018. Shirin is a member of the Society for Melanoma Research and the Biochemical Society. Her interests include primary human endothelial cell and in-transit melanoma biology, molecular mechanisms regulating calcitonin receptor-like receptor function, development of humanised in vitro models of in-transit melanoma and immunohistochemistry on tissue sections.
Investigation of the role of human lymphatic endothelial cells in in-transit melanoma.