Biological Sciences

Events and seminars

Date Event
6th Mar 24John Steele and Andrew Goryachev

ICMB Wednesday Lunch-time Seminars

6th Mar 24Yuko Ulrich (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology)

Behaviour and disease in clonal ant societies.

11th Mar 24Professor Jhuma Sadhukhan - Institute for Sustainability, University of Sussex

Monday Seminar Series - "From laboratory to systems: A multi-dimensional multi-scale approach to whole systems sustainability with LCA and LCSA"

13th Mar 24Mathieu Gissot

Exploring the molecular pathway leading to Toxoplasma gondii differentiation

13th Mar 24Davide Dominoni (University of Glasgow)

The ecology of urban birds: from individual to population responses.

14th Mar 24Hugo Dourado (Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf)

EngBio Seminar - A general theoretical framework to study holistic models of growing cells

18th Mar 24Prof Dr Marja Timmermans - Center for Plant Molecular Biology, University of Tuebingen

Monday Seminar Series - "Making a flat leaf: Pre-patterning, morphogenic small RNAs, and Turing dynamics"

20th Mar 24Antonio Santos, University of Stanford

A human organoid model of celiac disease

20th Mar 24Naiming Chen and Attila Molnar

ICMB Wednesday Lunch-time Seminars

20th Mar 24Vince Buffalo (UC Berkeley) **NOTE 4PM SEMINAR**

Modeling whole-genome selection in Humans: How far are we from connecting theory with reality?

25th Mar 24Prof Sandrine da Cruz - VIB-KU Leuven Center for Brain & Disease Research

Monday Seminar Series - "From Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration towards Therapy Development in Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and Frontotemporal dementia (FTD)"

27th Mar 24Sam Wassmer, LSHTM

TBC

27th Mar 24Bungo Akiyoshi (Wellcome Centre for Cell Biology, University of Edinburgh)

TBC

28th Mar 24Prof Jennifer Rohn (UCL)

EngBio seminar - Surface tension: an engineered bladder microtissue model reveals a fierce battle for supremacy during urinary tract infection

3rd Apr 24Mark Kirkpatrick

TBC

10th Apr 24Note - Easter Break

17th Apr 24Note - Easter Break

22nd Apr 24Dr Inigo Martincorena - Sanger Institute

Monday Seminar Series - "TBC"

24th Apr 24Richard Neher (University of Basel) **Note: Thursday Seminar**

TBA

25th Apr 24Paul Hudson ((KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

Engbio Seminar - Systems biology for increasing chemical production in cyanobacteria

29th Apr 24Dr Elena Seiradake - Biochemistry, University of Oxford

Monday Seminar Series - "TBC"

1st May 24Diala Abu Awad (Université Paris-Saclay)

TBA

8th May 24

iCM PhD studuent seminars - "TBC"

8th May 24David Fisher (Aberdeen)

TBC

9th May 24Mark Ashe (University of Manchester)

EngBio Seminar - title to be confirmed

15th May 24

iCM PhD studuent seminars - "TBC"

15th May 24Maria Moiron (Bielefeld University)

TBA

22nd May 24Mridul Thomas (University of Geneva)

TBA

22nd May 24

iCM PhD studuent seminars - "TBC"

23rd May 24Benjamin Blount (Nottingham)

EngBio Seminar - title to be confirmed

27th May 24Dr Xavier Rambout - University of Rochester, UR Medicine

29th May 24Ann Clemens (Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences, University of Edinburgh)

TBA

29th May 24Professor Ibrahim Cisse, Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics (MPI-IE) in Freiburg, Germany

iCM PhD seminar

3rd Jun 24Dr Sarah McKim - Division of Plant Sciences, School of Life Sciences University of Dundee

Monday Seminar Series - "TBC"

6th Jun 24Jane Usher (Exeter University)

EngBio Seminar - title to be confirmed

10th Jun 24Dr Stefano Santaguida - European Institute of Oncology and University of Milan

Monday Seminar Series - "TBC"

17th Jun 24Dr Vivek Thacker - University of Heidelberg

Monday Seminar Series - "TBC"

20th Jun 24Simon Moore (Queen Mary University, London)

EngBio Seminar - title to be confirmed

24th Jun 24Dr Rob Doubleday - Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge

Monday Seminar Series - "TBC"

5th Sep 24TBC

EngBio Seminar - title to be confirmed

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