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Developmental Neurobiology Seminar Series

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A monthly seminar series held at the Gurdon Institute, Tennis Court Road, organised by the Livesey lab. The aim of the seminars is to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of new work. Meetings are held on Wednesdays at 5pm and consist of two talks of approximately 30 minutes each.

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0 upcoming talks and 6 talks in the archive.

Regulation of spindle orientation and neural stem cell fate in the Drosophila optic lobe

UserBoris Egger, Brand lab, Gurdon Institute.

HouseGurdon Institute Tearoom.

ClockWednesday 08 November 2006, 16:15-17:00

Regulation of the positional stability of neurons: why you need glia

UserMatthieu Vermeren, PDN.

HouseGurdon Institute Tearoom.

ClockWednesday 08 November 2006, 16:15-17:00

Postsynaptic phosphorylation networks

UserMarcelo Coba, Grant lab, Sanger Institute.

HouseGurdon Institute Tearoom.

ClockWednesday 11 October 2006, 16:15-17:00

Defining the neural stem cell state

UserSteven Pollard, Smith lab, Institute for Stem Cell Biology.

HouseGurdon Institute Tearoom.

ClockWednesday 11 October 2006, 16:15-17:00

Hereditary spastic paraplegia, BMP signaling, and axonal degeneration in Drosophila

UserXinnan Wang, O'Kane lab, Department of Genetics.

HouseVenue to be confirmed.

ClockWednesday 13 September 2006, 16:15-17:00

Ubx controls Notch/ Numb dependent cell fate decisions in the embryonic CNS of Drosophila

UserTorsten Bossing, Brand lab, Gurdon Institut.

HouseGurdon Institute Tearoom.

ClockWednesday 13 September 2006, 16:15-17:00

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