Dr Biddle is a DHT lecturer in animal replacement science within the Centre for Cell Biology and Cutaneous Research
Dr Biddle is an NC3Rs Research Fellow in the Centre for Cell Biology and Cutaneous Research. His research interest is in non-genetic cellular heterogeneity in cancer, and how such heterogeneity might be responsible for therapeutic resistance. He is particularly interested in the plasticity of heterogeneous cancer cell sub-populations, the molecular mechanisms driving plasticity, and how plastic sub-populations can be modelled in vitro.
Dr Biddle organises the London in vitro cancer and stem cell models club. If you are interested in joining the club mailing list, please send Dr Biddle an e-mail.