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Morphogenesis Seminar Series

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This is a weekly online seminars on the topic of Morphogenesis. Talks are on Mondays at 2:30pm and are given by both international and local speakers.

Speakers represent the diverse topics that make up morphogenesis, including biomechanics, cell and tissue level interactions, theoretical analyses and modelling, and different systems such as animals, plants, and single cell approaches.

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If you have a question about this list, please contact: Matt Benton; sarah.robinson; Dr. Wolfram Pönisch; margherita battistara; Elena Scarpa; ldt31; . If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.

6 upcoming talks and 38 talks in the archive.

Drivers of cnidarian morphogenesis 

User Aissam Ikmi (EMBL, Heidelberg).


ClockMonday 23 May 2022, 14:30-15:30

Organoids – how can they shed light on immune-mediated development and disease? 

UserGeraldine Jowett (Gurdon Institute, Cambridge) .


ClockMonday 30 May 2022, 14:30-15:30

Differentiation of the extra-embryonic endoderm is required for development of the pluripotent epiblast 

UserAntonia Weberling (PDN, Cambridge) .


ClockMonday 30 May 2022, 14:30-15:30

Cell invasion: a casualty of dysregulated cell extrusion 

UserJody Rosenblatt, Randall’s Division for Cell and Molecular Biophysics, King’s College London..


ClockMonday 06 June 2022, 14:30-15:30

4D reconstruction of developmental trajectories 

UserGiovanni Dalmasso (EMBL Barcelona, Sharpe Lab) .


ClockMonday 13 June 2022, 14:30-15:30

Exploring variation in neural crest development among East African cichlid fishes 

UserAleksandra Marconi (Zoology Department, Santos lab) .


ClockMonday 13 June 2022, 14:30-15:30

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