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maddy-parsons

Professor Maddy Parsons

Associate Dean for Impact & Innovation

  • Professor of Cell Biology
  • Director of Nikon Imaging Centre at King's

Research interests

  • Biomedical and life sciences

Biography

Professor Maddy Parsons is a Professor of Cell Biology in the Randall Centre for Cell & Molecular Biophysics. 

    Research

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    Parsons Group

    Parsons group in the Randall Centre for Cell & Molecular Biophsyics

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    Microscopy Innovation Centre

    We are a newly established imaging facility that aims to promote the development and uptake of cutting edge optical microscopy methods for biological imaging.

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    London Centre for Nanotechnology

    The London Centre for Nanotechnology is a UK-based multidisciplinary enterprise operating at the forefront of science and technology. Its purpose is to solve global problems in information processing, healthcare, energy and the environment through the application of nanoscience and nanotechnology.

    OILRIG
    Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

    A Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

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    Spatial Biology Network

    The Spatial Biology Network is a cross-faculty research interest group that brings together researchers from various disciplines, ranging from technology development and molecular biology, to bioinformatics and clinical translational research, to explore the complexity of spatial biology.

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    Cancer Biology

    Cancer Biology

    Cells
    King’s MechanoBiology Centre (KMBC)

    The King’s MechanoBiology Centre gives a common platform for researchers across different disciplines with complementary interests in mechanobiology

    News

    Excessive scarring shown to be associated with atopic eczema, hypertension and musculoskeletal diseases

    Researchers find that excessive keloid and hypertrophic scarring co-occurs with specific conditions, while ethnicity also plays a part.

    Keloid Scar

    Scientists reveal how key cancer target could halt cancer spread

    Researchers have shown that a protein called fascin acts in the control centre of cancer cells and influences their ability to repair themselves, grow and...

    pic of pancreatic cancer cell 780x450

      Research

      Parsons Group 1800 x 500 banner
      Parsons Group

      Parsons group in the Randall Centre for Cell & Molecular Biophsyics

      microscopy-background
      Microscopy Innovation Centre

      We are a newly established imaging facility that aims to promote the development and uptake of cutting edge optical microscopy methods for biological imaging.

      LCN image-01
      London Centre for Nanotechnology

      The London Centre for Nanotechnology is a UK-based multidisciplinary enterprise operating at the forefront of science and technology. Its purpose is to solve global problems in information processing, healthcare, energy and the environment through the application of nanoscience and nanotechnology.

      OILRIG
      Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

      A Lipids and Membranes Research Interest Group

      Spatial Biology hero
      Spatial Biology Network

      The Spatial Biology Network is a cross-faculty research interest group that brings together researchers from various disciplines, ranging from technology development and molecular biology, to bioinformatics and clinical translational research, to explore the complexity of spatial biology.

      cancer cell banner
      Cancer Biology

      Cancer Biology

      Cells
      King’s MechanoBiology Centre (KMBC)

      The King’s MechanoBiology Centre gives a common platform for researchers across different disciplines with complementary interests in mechanobiology

      News

      Excessive scarring shown to be associated with atopic eczema, hypertension and musculoskeletal diseases

      Researchers find that excessive keloid and hypertrophic scarring co-occurs with specific conditions, while ethnicity also plays a part.

      Keloid Scar

      Scientists reveal how key cancer target could halt cancer spread

      Researchers have shown that a protein called fascin acts in the control centre of cancer cells and influences their ability to repair themselves, grow and...

      pic of pancreatic cancer cell 780x450