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Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

  • 25May

    We are delighted to invite you to the Cambridge Centre for Myelin Repair (CCMR)’s 2nd Annual Symposium. The event will run across 1.5 days: 12:30-18:30 on Thursday 25th May and 09:00-18:00 on Friday 26th May 2023.

  • 24May

    Speaker: Sean Wu, Professor of Medicine at Stanford Medicine, California

    Host: Richard Tyser, PI, Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

  • 22May

    Speaker: Aly Makhlouf, PhD student, Shahbazi lab
    Title: “Basement membrane signalling restricts entry into the germline"

    Speaker: Vasileios Galanakis, PhD student, Addenbrooke’s Clinical Research Centre, Vallier Lab
    Title: ''Chronic liver disease induces plasticity between cholangiocytes and hepatocytes in the human liver''

    Host: Dr. Maria Alcolea

  • 16May

    Speaker: Dr Naim Abdulmohdi, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care, Anglia Rusking Uni, Cambridge

    Title: Clinical decision making (CDM) and cognitive biases

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  • 15May

    Speaker: Maike Steindel, PhD student, Basu lab

    Speaker: Emily Calderbank, Postdoc, Laurenti lab

    Title: 'Decoding human foetal haematopoiesis: connecting cell-state and cell-fate'

    Host: Elisa Laurenti, PI, Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

  • 26Apr

    Speaker: Harry Bulstrode, PI, Neural stem cell identity in brain development

    Title: ‘Modelling and treating Brain Stem Cells and their Microenvironment’

  • 24Apr

    Speaker: Brett Kagan, Chief Scientific Officer, Cortical Labs, Australia

    Title: "Stem Cell Derived Neurons for Cultured Intelligence: Towards Basic and Translational Science Applications" 

    Host: Bertie Gottgens, PI, Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

  • 18Apr

    This event brings together experts from around the world to discuss the science, research, and medical care for Shwachman-Diamond Syndrome (SDS). The four-day event will feature scientific sessions, workshops, discussion groups, poster presentations, and patient sessions.

  • 18Apr

    Speaker: Craig Brierley, Head of Research Communications, Office of External Affairs and Communications

    Title: Promoting your Research

  • 17Apr

    Speaker: Lidiya Mykhaylechko, PhD student, Philpott lab

    Title: "Role of ASCL1 and its Interactors in Neuroblastoma" 

    Speaker: Antonella De Cola, Postdoc, Pathania lab