Ewch i’r prif gynnwys

Cyfresi seminarau

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

As part of the vibrant culture within our School, we run a regular programme of seminars for staff and students.

Seminars cover a variety of topics and themes which are linked to the School’s four research divisions:

  • Molecular biosciences (MOLBIO)
  • Neuroscience (NEURO)
  • Organisms and environment (ONE)
  • Biomedicine (BMD)
DateSpeakerTitleLocationDivision

17/01/2020

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

Professor Anne Bertolotti - MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Selective inhibition of phosphatases to boost protein quality control: A possible treatment for degenerative diseases

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

24/01/2020

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

Dr Sepiedeh Keshavarzi - Sainsbury Wellcome Centre

Representation of self-motion in the retrosplenial cortex

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

29/01/2020

Starts at 13:00

Keynote: Prof Meena Upadhyaya

With panel discussion chaired by Numair Masud

Introduction from Prof Jim Murray

Diversity and Inclusion in Academia

E/0.09

BIOCONNECT

30/01/2020

Starts at 13:10

Professor Jacqui Mulville - Cardiff University

Outer Hebrides: Introductions, adaptations and extinctions in the last 10,000 years

E/0.09

ONE

31/01/2020

Starts at 13:10 (Buffet from 12:20)

Professor Samuel Solomon - UCL

Visual cortical plasticity in healthy and degenerating mice

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

06/02/2020

Starts at 13:10

Dr Miguel Oliveira - University of Aveiro

To be confirmed

E/0.09

ONE

07/02/2020

Starts at 13:00

Professor Sadaf Farooqi - University of Cambridge

To be confirmed

Hadyn Ellis Lecture Theatre

NEURO

12/02/2020

Starts at 13:10

Dr Olivera Grubisha - Cardiff University

How to strengthen your links with industry

To be confirmed

BIOCONNECT

13/02/2020

Starts at 13:10

Ted Green - Windsor, Life With Trees

To be confirmed

E/0.09

ONE

14/02/2020

Starts at 13:00

Professor Klaus Nave - Max Planck Institute, Germany

To be confirmed

Hadyn Ellis Lecture Theatre

NEURO

20/02/2020

Starts at 13:10

Dr Brian Douglas - The Lost and Found Fungi Project, Kew

The Lost and Found Fungi project – five years of citizen science surveying for rarely recorded fungi

E/0.09

ONE

21/02/2020

Starts at 13:00

Professor Vivi M Heine - Amsterdam University

Stem cell modeling to study neuron-glia interactions in neurodevelopment disorders

Hadyn Ellis Lecture Theatre

NEURO

27/02/2020

Starts at 13:10

Dr Philip Johns - Yale-NUS College, Singapore

Cooperation and conflict in Singapore’s smooth-coated otters: citizen science and an urban carnivore

E/0.09

ONE

28/02/2020

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

Dr Pieter Goltstein - Max Planck Institute of Neuobiology

Representation of learned visual categories in mouse visual and higher cortical areas

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

05/03/2020

Starts at 13:10

Dr Fred Windsor - Newcastle University

To be confirmed

E/0.09

ONE

06/03/2020

Starts at 13:00

Professor Denis Jabaudon - Université de Genève

To be confirmed

Hadyn Ellis Lecture Theatre

NEURO

12/03/2020

Starts at 13:10

Dr Adam Hayward - Moredun Research Institute

To be confirmed

E/0.09

ONE

13/03/2020

Starts at 13:10

Dr Gaynor A Smith - Cardiff University

The genetics of axonal mitochondrial biology

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

18/03/2020

Starts at 13:10

Rhian North - Research and Innovation Services, Cardiff University

Patenting your research

To be confirmed

BIOCONNECT

19/03/2020

Starts at 13:10

Dr Alex Bond - Natural History Museum

Trash talk: the story of the shearwater and the bottlecap

E/0.09

ONE

20/03/2020

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

Dr Laura Ferraiuolo - University of Sheffield

To be confirmed

6th Floor Seminar Room

NEURO

27/03/2020

Starts at 13:00

Dr Sophie Layé - University de Bordeaux

To be confirmed

Hadyn Ellis Lecture Theatre

NEURO