Veronica Kinsler is now the Professor of Paediatric Dermatology and Dermatogenetics at Great Ormond St Hospital for Children and the UCL Institute of Child Health.  This is great recognition for the CMN research and will continue to raise awareness of CMN worldwide.

Some other very exciting news about CMN research at GOSH is that the Kinsler Lab is moving to the Crick Institute.  This new building in London was opened in 2016 to bring together scientists from around the UK and internationally, with the aim of promoting the best biomedical research.  Prof Kinsler will still be working in GOSH, and still affiliated to UCL, but will be moving her whole team to the Crick for 6 years, to be one of about 100 teams based there.  This is a fantastic opportunity to maximise the pace and potential of CMN research, and is also recognition of the quality of research they have been undertaking.

We are hugely thankful to Prof Kinsler and her research team for their ongoing dedication to the pioneering CMN research. It is very exciting times!

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