University of Edinburgh School of Biological Sciences Research Symposium
- Event: University of Edinburgh School of Biological Sciences Research Symposium
- When: Tuesday 9 May 2017
- Time: 9 am - 5.30 pm
- Location: The Roslin Institute, Easter Bush
- Programme: Click to download pdf
- Registration: Please click here to register on Eventbrite
- Konrad Lohse (IEB) - Reconstructing the assembly of an ecological community from genome sequences
- Val Wilson (ISCR) - Pre-constructing the vertebrate head-to-tail axis
- Justin Goodrich (IMPS) - Evolution of programmed cell death and cuticle formation in early land plants
- Susan Johnston (IEB) - The evolution of recombination rates in wild and domesticated populations
- Elise Cachat (IQB3) - Engineering self-organisation in mammalian cells.
- Alex Twyford (IEB) - Genomic diversity of British native parasitic plants
- Patrick Heun (ICB) - Dissecting centromere inheritance
- Atlanta Cook (IQB3) - Tsr1, a molecular gatekeeper in eukaryotic ribosome biogenesis
- Sveta Makovets (ICB) - When there is not enough telomerase: telomerase insufficiency and genome integrity
- Phil Spence (IIIR) - Innate immunity to severe malaria
- Karen Halliday (IMPS) - Plant and Human Resource Management
- Lynne Regan (visiting from Yale School of medicine) - Title to be confirmed
Lightning Talks by:
- Hannes Becher (PhD student, IEB)
- Isuru Kariyawasam (PhD student, IMPS)
- Rucha Tillu (PhD student, IIIR)
- Johanna Krahmer (Postdoc, IMPS)
- Christian Belton (PhD student, ICB)
- Klaus Herburger (Postdoc, IMPS)
- Amy Munro-Faure (PhD student, IEB)
- Cathal Cummins (Postdoc, IMPS)
- A free bus will leave from outside the Swann building at 8:45am and return at approx. 5.30 pm (seats are limited so please only reserve if you are certain you will be using it).
- The no. 67 Lothian Region bus stops opposite Ashworth Laboratories at 08:08, 08:18 and 09:20. It returns from Easter Bush at 16:09, 17:09, 18:09.
- There are also car parking spaces available at Roslin.
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