Research in progress April-Aug 2017
Latest talks by staff and students in the CIR
These talks take place in the Wellcome Auditorium at 4pm and are not open to the general public.
|21 April 2017||Pallavi Bedi||Dr Adam Hill||'Lipoxin A4 - a novel lipid mediator in bronchiectasis'|
|28 April 2017||
'Profiling endometrial pericytes reveals roles in endometrial repair'
|5 May 2017||Dr Lara Campana||'A novel role for phospho-STAT3 as a positive regulator of macrophage phagocytosis via IL10 and IL6'|
|12 May 2017||Dr Calum Bain||'Why Sex is Important: Exploring the Origin of Peritoneal Macrophages'|
|26 May 2017||Dr Rolly Wiegand||Head of CALM Facility||'Which scope shall I use?' - A brief guide to optical imaging technologies for biomedical research available in the CIR and beyond|
|2 June 2017||Oliver Kay (Final)||Professor Steve Anderton||'MiR-21: A key role in antigen specific tolerance?'|
9 June 2017
Auditorium A - Chancellors Building, refreshments served after in Drum (QMRI)
|Dr Emily Findlay Gwyer||'Dendritic cell immunotherapy enhanced by a neutrophil peptide'|
|16 June 2017||
'Integrated systems biology of multiple organ dysfunction in acute pancreatitis'
'Modulation of the RSV-induced IL-33-dependent type 2 immune responses by parasite products'
|23 June 2017||Dr Zhuan Li||Professor Elaine Dzierzak||'A role for microglia in hematopoietic stem/progenitor cell emergence in the embryonic brain'|
30 June 2017
Auditorium B - Chancellors Building, refreshments served after in Drum (QMRI)
‘A novel imaging platform for the detection of apoptotic cells’
'Imaging blood-borne extracellular vesicles to improve cancer diagnosis and therapy'
Organiser: Karen Colvin (Karen.Colvin@ed.ac.uk)