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Wellcome - MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

  • 20Jan

    Speaker: Matthias Zilbauer, University Lecturer & Hon. Consultant, Department of Paediatrics

    Institution: University of Cambridge

    Title: Human intestinal organoids to study development and paediatric Inflammatory Bowel Diseases"

  • 13Jan

    Speaker: Kim Bak Jensen

    Institution: University of Copenhagen

    Title: "Controlling intestinal stem cell fate during growth and differentiation"

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  • 08Jan

    Speaker: Adrian Bracken, Associate Professor in Medical Molecular Genetics

    Insittution: Trinity College, Dublin

    Title: "Polycomb Repressive Complex 2 (PRC2) and its roles in stem cells and cancer"

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  • 09Dec

    Speaker:  Sara Wickström Associate Professor

    Institution: Helsinki Institute of Life Science

    Title: “Mechanical forces and the nucleus - regulation of cell fate and integrity”

    Time: 16:00-17:00

    Hosted by: Ludovic Vallier

  • 08Dec

    Speaker: Dr. Miika Ahdesmäki, Associate Director, Principal Scientist

    Institution: AstraZeneca Oncology Functional Genomics Centre

    Time: 19:30


  • 08Dec

    Speaker: Andrew Hodgson

    Institution: Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

    Title: "StemBond Hydrogels: enhanced stem cell cultures through controlling mechanical environment"

    Time: 16:00-17:00



  • 08Dec

    Speaker: Dr Gavin E Jarvis, Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology,

    Institution: University of Sunderland

    Title: "How Vital are Your Statistics?"

    Time: 11:00-12:00


  • 02Dec

    Speaker: Alfonso Martinez-Arias, Professor of Developmental Mechanics, Department of Genetics

    Institution: University of Cambridge

    Title: "Gastruloids: models of mammalian gastrulation"

    Time: 16:00-17:00

  • 30Nov

    Speakers are:

    Aditi Vedi, PhD Student, Laurenti lab

    Title: “Functional Changes from Clonal Haematopoiesis to Leukemia"


    Staffan Holmqvist, Postdoc, Rowitch lab

  • 25Nov

    Speaker:  Professor Serena Best

    Institution: University of Cambridge, Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy

    Title: "Scaffolds and Membranes for Tissue Engineering: are there "holes" in our knowledge?"

    Hosted by: Ludovic Vallier