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School of Biological Sciences Research Symposium

University of Edinburgh

Thursday, 10 May 2018 from 09:00 to 17:00 (BST)

School of Biological Sciences Research Symposium

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This is an all-day event with registration from 9am. Refreshments and lunch will be provided with a wine reception to end the day.  

SBS Research Symposium

Thursday10th May 2018

Gordon Aikman Lecture Theatre

(formerly George Square)

 

Programme

 

9:00-9:20             REGISTRATION

09.20

Session 1:

DavidGray

 

Introduction

09:3009:50

Attila Molnar (IMPS)

Efficient targeted DNA editing and replacement in   green algae

09:5010:10

Sander Granneman (IQB3)

Post-transcriptional regulation of rapid adaptive   responses in pathogenic bacteria.

10:1010:30

Jennifer Regan (IIIR)

Drugs and bugs: why do males and females age differently?

10:3010:50

Laura  Ross (IEB)

When   males lose their father’s genome: the epigenetics of   parent-of-origin specific genome loss

10:5011:20

Session 2:

COFFEE

 

 

11:2011:40

Amy   Pedersen (IEB)

The impact of nutrition   on parasite infection and transmission in a wild mouse

11:4012:00

Alexander Medvinsky (ISCR)

Dissecting mechanisms of mammalian haematopoietic stem   cell development

12:0012:20

Maurice Gallagher (IQB3)

Microbiology at the interface


12:20 – 12:30

SBS Public Engagement Team

Public Engagement Opportunities

12:3013:30

Session 3:

LUNCH

 

 

13:3014:10

Speakers  to be confirmed

Lightning talks   (studentand postdoc session)

14:1014:30

Emma Cunningham (IEB)

Direct and indirect effects of parasitism on   individuals in a population

14:30-14:50

Stephen Wallace (IQB3)

Exploring and   Expanding the Synthetic Capabilities of E. coli

14:5015:20

Session 4:

COFFEE

 

 

15:2015:40

Simon Tomlinson (ISCR)

Single-cell transcriptome analysis of stem and   progenitor cell populations

15:4016:00

Tony Ly (ICB)

Proteomic approaches to study cell cycle regulation in   human cells

16:0016:20

Rose Zamoyska (IIIR)

Applying lessons from autoimmunity to improve   immunotherapy

16:2016:30

David Gray

Round up & lightning talk prizes

 

16:30                       COFFEE & WINE RECEPTION

  

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Gordon Aikman Lecture Theatre (formerly George Square Lecture Theatre)
George Square
EH8 9LD Edinburgh
United Kingdom

Thursday, 10 May 2018 from 09:00 to 17:00 (BST)


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