Cyfresi seminarau

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

We run a regular programme of seminars for staff and students.

The programme covers a variety of topics and themes and are part of the vibrant culture within the School.

All seminars commence at 13:10 except where marked.The Molecular Basis of Brain

DateSpeakerTitleLocationDivision

07/12/2017

Starts at 13:10

Professor Darren Griffin – University of Kent

Jurassic spark:  Mapping the genomes of birds and other dinosaurs

Anatomy Lecture Theatre, East 0.09, Sir Martin Evans Building

OnE

08/12/2017

Starts at 13:10

Spyros Merkouris

Studying BDNF signalling using human neurons derived from human ESCs

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

12/12/2017

Starts at 13:10

Andrew Hollins, Cardiff University

Colorectal cancer organoids as pre-clinical models for cancer therapeutics

Preparatory reading:

1) Translational applications of adult stem cell-derived organoids
2) Prospective Derivation of a Living Organoid Biobank of Colorectal Cancer Patients
3) Screening out irrelevant cell-based models of disease

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO

13/12/2017

Starts at 13:10

Daniela Riccardi - Cardiff University

Work Load Model

E1.22, Sir Martin Evans Building

Bioconnect

14/12/2017

Starts at 13:10

Anne-Fleur Brand - Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Drivers of metal accumulation
in the freshwater ecosystem

E/0.09 Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Sir Martin Evans Building

OnE

15/12/2017

Starts at 13:10

Dr Mariah Lelos

'Exploring the functional efficacy of hESC-derived dopamine neurons for Parkinson's disease'

Suggested reading includes research papers on Amelioration of non-motor dysfunctions after transplantation of human dopamine neurons in a model of Parkinson's disease. and Predictive Markers Guide Differentiation to Improve Graft Outcome in Clinical Translation of hESC-Based Therapy for Parkinson's Disease.

6th Floor Seminar Room.

NEURO

21/12/2017

Starts at 13:10

Professor Phyllis Lee - University of Stirling

Life history of African elephants in Amboseli

E/0.09

OnE

09/01/2018

Buffet lunch from 12:30

Starts at 13:10

Andrea Pauli- Research Institute of Molecular Pathology

Small proteins with big roles

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO

23/01/2018

15:00-16:00

Professor Kim Graham, Dean of Research (College of Biomedical and Life Sciences)

The 30-minute talk will cover the REF guidelines, and the current status of the College / School’s REF assessments, followed by a 30-minute Q & A for staff.

Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Sir Martin Evans Building.

 

25/01/2018

Starts at 13:10

Dr Barbara Szomolay and Dr Dimitris Parthimos

Modelling the fight against diseases: from molecules to cells

E/0.09

OnE

26/01/2018

Starts at 13:10

Professor Nicoletta Kessaris - UCL

Embryonic overproduction of cortical GABAergic interneurons and autism-like behaviour in mice

6th Floor Seminar Room

Neuro

30/01/2018 & 31/01/2018

Katharine Wrighton & Rosie Favicchio (Nature Research)

"Learn how to publish top journals"

E1.22, Sir Martin Evans Building 

06/02/2018

Starts at 12:30

Chris Hawes- Oxford Brookes University.

Host - Barend de Graaf.

Shaping the Endomembrane System

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO

08/02/2018

Starts at 13:10

Professor Tamas Szekely - Bath

TBC

E/0.09

OnE

09/02/2018

Starts at 12:30

Host - Simon Trent

Professor Joanna Neill - University of Manchester

Animal models for schizophrenia: promises and pitfalls

Room 0.07 Hadyn Ellis Building

Neuro

14/02/2018

Starts at 16:00

Followed by a light buffet in the SMEB foyer.

Dr Rachel Tribe -  FPhysiol, Kings College London

G L Brown Prize Lecture 2016-2017Physiology A lecture theatre

Plenary seminar

27/02/2018

Starts at 12:30

Ramiro Albeiro- Nottingham University

Host - Helen White-Cooper

Germ cell specification in mammals

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO

06/03/2018

Rachael Natrajan- Institute of Cancer Research

Host - Matt Smalley

Translating the Breast Cancer Genome

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO

08/03/2018

Starts at 13:10

Professor Alistair Boxall - York

Avoiding the environmental side effects of Medication

E/0.09

OnE

15/03/2018

Starts at 13:10

Professor Rory Wilson - Swansea

Smart moves or just vague rambling? What studies of movement might reveal about the inner workings of animals

E/0.09

OnE

20/04/2018

Exhibition space 12:00-13:00

Starts at 13:00

Professor Madeline Lancaster - Cambridge University

Host: Yasir Syed

TBC.

Lecture Theatre 0.07, Hadyn Ellis Building

NEURO

27/04/2018

Exhibition space 12:00-13:00

Starts at 13:00

Professor Michael Ziller - Max Plank Institute

Host:  Yasir Syed

TBC.

Lecture Theatre 0.07, Hadyn Ellis Building

NEURO

05/06/2018

Sarah Coulthurst- Dundee University

Host - Dafydd Jones

Bacterial warfare using the Type VI secretion system

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO