School of Biomedical Sciences | Departmental Seminars

Every day, until further notice
All day

September

Friday 6 September, 3:30-4:30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Dr Marta Portela Esteban
  • Title: Glioblastoma vampirize WNT from neurons and trigger a JNK/MMP signalling loop that enhances tumour progression and neurodegeneration
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

Friday 13 September, 3:30-4:30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: A/Prof Roger Pocock
  • Title: Transcriptional Control of Neuronal Plasticity and Stem Cell Proliferation in Caenorhabditis elegans
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

Friday 20 September, 3:30-4:30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Dr Luba Sominsky
  • Title: Neuroimmune regulation of female reproduction
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

Monday 23 September, 11-12pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Prof Alex Gould
  • Title: Metabolic responses to a stressful start in life
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

October

Friday 4 October, 3:30-4:30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Dr Olga Panagiotopoulou
  • Title: How to fix a broken jaw: A biomechanical insight into faster healing of mandible fractures.
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

Friday 11 October, 3:30-4:30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: A/Prof Irina Vetter
  • Title: Mechanism-based treatments for vincristine-induced neuropathy.
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

Friday 18 October, 3:30-4:30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: Prof Ben Hogan
  • Title: Genetic and cellular mechanisms controlling lymphatic vascular differentiation in the zebrafish.
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

Friday 25 October, 3:30-4:30pm (add to Outlook calendar)

  • Speaker: A/Prof Alicia Oshlack
  • Title: TBA
  • Host department: Anatomy and Neuroscience
  • Venue: Fredric Wood Jones Theatre, level three east, Medical Building

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