MRC Human Genetics Unit
Medical Research Council Human Genetics Unit

IGMM seminar series

The IGMM Seminar Series attracts distinguished scientists from around the world working in the fields of genetics, molecular medicine and cancer research, and whose research complements that being done at IGMM.

2018

Unless stated, all seminars take place on Thursdays at 1pm in the IGMM Lecture Theatre 

February

Thursday 1 February: Genome diversification and stability in the human germline

 Eva Hoffmann, Center for Chromosome Stability, University of Copenhagen

Host: Dr Ian Adams

March

Thursday 1 March: Centrioles as a model of organelle size control

Jordan Raff, Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford

Host: Tooba Quidwai

Thursday 8 March: To be confirmed

Dmitry Gordenin, Mechanisms of Genome Dynamics Group, NIH/NIEHS, North Carolina

Host: Professor Martin Taylor

Thursday 15 March: To be confirmed

Giles Hardingham, Centre for Integrative Physiology, The University of Edinburgh

Host: Professor Cathy Abbott

Thursday 22 March: TBA

Laurence Hurst, University of Bath

Host: Dr Grzegorz Kudla

Thursday 29 March: Decoding Plasticity in the Dark Proteome

Edward Lemke, EMBL, Heidelberg

Host: Professor David FitzPatrick and Dr Ann Wheeler

April

Thursday 12 April: Replication-associated Chromosome Maintenance Mechanisms in Yeast and Human Cells

Anne Donaldson, Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Aberdeen 

Host: Professor Nick Gilbert

Thursday 26 April: The genetic analysis of biomedical big data

Gil McVean, Bioinformatics and Statistical Genetics, University of Oxford

Host: Professor Nick Hastie

May

Thursday 3 May: To be confirmed

 Cathie Sudlow, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences, University of Edinburgh

Host: Professor David Porteous

Thursday 17 May: To be confirmed

Daniel Gaffney, Sanger Institute, Hinxton

Host: Professor Chris Ponting

Thursday 31 May: Single cell and population analysis of neural stem cell fate in the adult zebrafish brain

Laure Bally-Cuif, Pasteur Institut, Paris

Host: Professor David FitzPatrick

June

Thursday 7 June: To be confirmed

 Richard Youle, NIH/NINDS, Bethesda

Host: Dr Simon Wilkinson

Thursday 14 June: Architecture and adaptation of human complex traits: from polygenic to omnigenic

Jonathan Pritchard, Stanford University, California

Host: Professor Wendy Bickmore

Thursday 21 June: Quantitatative super-resolution 3D-SIM imaging of chromatin domain organisation

Lothar Schermelleh, University of Oxford, Oxford

Host: Dr Ann Wheeler

Further information: IGMM Admin Hub