Dr L D Britt, President of the American College of Surgeons will deliver this lecture on 30th June 2011 at 5.30pm in Lecture Theatre B, Chancellor's Building, 49 Little France Crescent.
The basement membrane of hair follicle stem cells is a muscle cell niche - a CRM Seminar on 29th June 2011.
The Centre for Cardiovascular Science is pleased to announce its Symposium Day which will take place on 24th June 2011 in the Wellcome Auditorium within the Queen's Medical Research Institute, Little France. The keynote speaker is Professor Peter Libby, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical, Boston.
Rebuilding Broken Hearts: Tapping Into the Future, Or Just a Pipe Dream? - part of the EBRC seminar series on 22nd June 2011.
Seminar at 4pm on 21st June 2011:
Prof Mark Jobling (University of Leicester) “What's in a name? Surnames, Y chromosomes and the history of Britain”
Venue: Ashworth Building, King's Buildings
Evolution of mammalian transcription - a Centre for Inflammation Research Seminar on 17th June 2011.
Centre for Inflammation Research - Research in Progress on 17th June 2011. Speaker is James Thomas.
The application of genomics to Tuberculosis disease control - part of the EBRC seminar series on 15th June 2011.
Dynamic MRI: Nothing happens until something moves - part of the Inaugural Lecture Programme 2011 - on 13th June 2011.
Research into pulmonary fibrosis: new findings and future directions - a Centre for Inflammation Research Seminar on 10th June 2011.
Centre for Inflammation Research - Research in Progress on 10th June 2011. Speaker is Lihui Zhuang.
Genetic and pharmacogenetic analysis of Major Depressive Disorder, MDD: The ups and downs of research into depression - part of the EBRC seminar series on 8th June 2011.
Speaker: Professor David Warrell (Emeritus Professor of Tropical Medicine, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Oxford)
Details: 12.30pm, 7th June 2011 in Seminar Room 7, Chancellor's Building, Little France, Edinburgh
Talk Summary: Evolutionary pressures have given rise to an amazing diversity of toxins in the venoms of snakes, lizards, scorpions, and other animals. The specificity of many of these toxins for mammalian tissue receptors poses challenges in the treatment of envenomed humans and domestic animals but also provides opportunities for elucidating physiological mechanisms and developing new drugs.
Spinal muscular atrophy: from gene and modifiers to therapy - part of the Neuroscience Seminar Schedule 2010/11 - on 6th June 2011.
Title: Transport of estrogens in synthetic membrane material
Speaker: Professor Andrea Schaefer, Chair of Environmental Engineering, Institute for Infrastructure and Environment, School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh
Details: 12.30pm on 6th June 2011 in the Wellcome Lecture Theatre, QMRI, Little France.
Impact of mononuclear phagocyte epithelium crosstalk on pneumonic alveolar injury and repair - a Centre for Inflammation Research Seminar on 3rd June 2011.
Centre for Inflammation Research - Research in Progress on 3rd June 2011. Speakers are Zoe Venables and John Marwick.
Seminar at 3pm on 2nd June 2011. Speakers and talks are:
Dr Adele Faucherre (Center of Regenerative Medicine, Barcelona) "Establishment, refinement and regeneration of sensory innervation in the lateral-line system of the zebrafish"
Dr Christian Jopling (Center of Regenerative Medicine, Barcelona) "Zebrafish heart regeneration"
Using evolution to study the basis of pluripotency and its application in animal biotechnology - part of the EBRC seminar series on 1st June 2011.
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