School of Biomedical Sciences | Departmental Seminars

Every day, until 19 Dec 2019
All day

November

Friday 1 November, 3.30-4.30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Ms Fatemeh Daemi – PhD oration
  • Title: Uncover the roles of neuronal TrkB in central nervous system myelination
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

Friday 8 November, 3.30-4.30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Dr Bobbi Fleiss
  • Title: A wingless story of the role of microglia in perinatal brain injury
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

Friday 15 November, 3.30-4.30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: A/Prof Marnie Blewitt
  • Title: New screens in female ES cells reveal unexpected contributors to the establishment of epigenetic silencing
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

Thursday 21 November, 12-1pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Prof Lorena Brown, DMI
  • Title: TBC
  • Host department: Microbiology and Immunology
  • Venue: Doherty Institute Auditorium

Thursday 28 November, 12-1pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Prof Adam Cunningham, Institute of Immunology and Immunotherapy, MRC Centre for Immune Regulation
  • Title: The influence of innate and adaptive driven inflammation on the consequences of Salmonella infections
  • Host department: Microbiology and Immunology
  • Venue: Doherty Institute Auditorium

Thursday 28 November, 3.30-4.30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Natalia Salazar-Quiroz
  • Title: PhD Oration - The moo can do: Broad neutralising and functional antibody responses to HIV-1 Env vaccines in cows
  • Host department: Microbiology and Immunology
  • Venue: Doherty Institute Auditorium

Friday 29 November, 3.30-4.30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Dr Devy Deliyanti
  • Title: The role of T cells in ischemic retinopathy
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

December

Thursday 5 December, 12-1pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Ronald Germain, M.D., Ph.D. NIH, USA
  • Title: TBC
  • Host department: Microbiology and Immunology
  • Venue: Doherty Institute Auditorium

Thursday 19 December, 12-1pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Associate Professor Stefanie Kuerten
  • Title: Of mice and men – new insights into the immunopathology of Multiple Sclerosis
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: ESJ King Theature, level three west, Medical Building

Please contact your Department's EA to include a seminar.