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Seminar series

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.

DateSpeakerTitleLocationDivision

09/05/2019

Starts at 13:10

Daniel Neill - University of Liverpool

How does the environment of the respiratory tract shape bacterial pathogen evolution? Lessons from health and disease

E/0.09

OnE

10/05/2019

Starts at 13:00 (Buffet from 12:30)

Francesco Bedogni - San Raffaele Research Institute, Milan, Italy

Lack of Methyl-CpG Binding Protein 2 (MeCP2) during embryonic cortical development affects cell fate refinement and neuronal maturation

Hadyn Ellis Building - Lecture Theatre

NEURO

17/05/2019

Starts at 13:00 (Buffet from 12:30)

Robert Taylor - Newcastle University

Understanding the molecular pathology of mitochondrial disease

Hadyn Ellis Building - Lecture Theatre

NEURO

22/05/2019

Starts at 13:10

Daniel Pass - Cardiff University

Genomics Research Hub Bioinformatics Support: What the the Bioinformatics support can do to further your research!

E/1.22

Bioconnect

28/05/2019

Starts at 13:10 (Buffet from 12:30)

Dr Guillaume Hautbergue - University of Sheffield

Widespread alteration of the RNA metabolism in motor neuron disease: challenges and therapeutic opportunities

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO

04/06/2019

Starts at 13:10

Dr Catherine Hogan - Cardiff University

To be confirmed

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO

07/06/2019

Starts at 13:00 (Buffet from 12:30)

Ted Abel - University of Iowa

To be confirmed

Hadyn Ellis Building - Lecture Theatre

NEURO

14/06/2019

Starts at 13:10 (Buffet from 12:30)

Stephan von Hörsten - Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Neurodevelopmental and stress-related aspects in models of Huntington and Alzheimer´s disease

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

18/06/2019

Starts at 13:10

Dr Fisun Hamaratoglu - Cardiff University

To be confirmed

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO

04/07/2019

Starts at 13:10 (Buffet from 12:30)

Professor Hugo Wertele - Hopital Mainsonneuve-Rosemont Research Center, Montreal

Nascent chromatin structure and DNA replication regulation as key determinants of chemotherapy efficacy and genome stability

6th Floor Seminar Room

BMD/MOLBIO