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Recordings of past seminars are available on the Stem Cell Institute’s Microsoft Stream page and can be accessed by Institute members. If you are an Institute member and do not have access to this, please email



Group Leader Presenters Chair

Dr Maria Alcolea (Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute)

Title: "Epithelial Cell Fate Transitions - an oesophageal tale"

Ludovic Vallier

Prof Alan Warren, (Department of Haematology)

Title: Blood stem cells take multiple independent routes to combat germline ribosome dysfunction

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Ludovic Vallier


  Group Leader Presenters Chair

Dr Thóra Káradóttir, (Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute)  

Title: "Oligodendrocyte precursor cells become heterogeneous with age: different functional cell states?

Ludovic Vallier

Prof. Ramiro Alberio, (University of Nottingham)   

"Developmental principles of bilaminar disc embryos using the pig model"  

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Jenny Nichols


Prof. Jenny Nichols, (Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute)

"Establishment, maintenance and disappearance of pluripotency in the mammalian embryo"

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Ludovic Vallier




Group Leader Presenters                                                                                                                         Chair

Dr Elisa Laurenti, (Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute)

"Human Haematopoietic stem and progenitor cell hierachies: location matters"

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Ludovic Vallier  

James Briscoe, Francis Crick Institute, London

(International seminar)

"The Cellular and Molecular Logic of Spinal Cord Development"

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Bertie Göttgens


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