National Stem Cell Conversations - This week's presenter: Dr Veronika Sander and Dr Richard Mills

Every week on Wednesday, until further notice
11am - 11:30am

11 - 11.30am
Online
Zoom ID 98825404047
Password on request: keilara.briggs@unimelb.edu.au

On 16th December, we will be hosting our final National Stem Cell Conversation for 2020, where we will hear from Dr Veronika Sander and Dr Richard Mills. Veronika is a research fellow at the University of Auckland in Molecular Medicine and Pathology. Richard is a postdoctoral researcher at the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in the Cardiac Bioengineering Laboratory.  Veronika and Richard will be discussing "What can’t organoids model: From kidney diseases to SARS-CoV2 in the heart".


Stem Cell Conversations is a weekly drop in for stem cell researchers to share insights into latest research and how to master WFH in academia.

Stem Cell Conversations will occur weekly for 30-minutes and feature presentations by students and ECRs across our network. These talks will cover topics from project updates and paper reviews to WFH support, tips and any other “fun facts” themes.

Stem Cell Conversations are coordinated by Nadia Rajab, Sean Wilson, Cameron McKnight and Professors Megan Munsie and Christine Wells. Past organising committee members include Helen Flett (née Braybrook) and Dr Rita Leitoguinho.