Sarah gained her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and PhD in Cardiovascular Sciences from the University of Glasgow. She is currently a research associate working in collaboration with industry to develop novel tool compounds to probe the biology of poorly characterised GPCRs. Sarah has acquired a broad range of laboratory skills throughout her PhD and postdoctoral positions and enjoys scientific writing. In her spare time Sarah likes running, socialising and playing with her pet cats.
Articles by Sarah Mancini
If you look at the composition of peripheral blood, using hematology microscopy, you’ll see that it’s composed of multiple different cell types, including monocytes. It’s possible to isolate these different components to study and experiment on them directly. So, if you’ve done a few experiments and had fun with THP-1 cells, you can move on…