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CDB Seminars
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All Seminars are held in the Gavin De Beer Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Building, Thursday 1-2pm

23 April: Florent Peglion (Nate Goehring lab)/Matia Gerli (Tedesco lab)

Friday 24 April 11:30am: Don Newgreen (Murdoch Children Research Institute, Australia)
Title: Mathematical insights into early development of the enteric nervous system.
Venue: Room 249 Medical Building

Host: Roberto Mayor

Friday 24 April: Dr Sanjay Sinha, Anne McLaren Laboratory for Regenerative Medicine, University of Cambridge
Title: The importance of embryonic lineage in vascular smooth muscle cell development and disease
Host: Francesco Saverio Tedesco

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CDB scientists identify mechanism behind brain asymmetry

15 January 2009

By studying brain development in zebrafish, PhD student Jenny Regan and colleagues in our Zebrafish Research Group have demonstrated that competition between two sides causes the brain to become asymmetrical.

Zebrafish Brain

Asymmetry is thought to be important to enable the two hemispheres to specialise and operate more efficiently.

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