Wednesday 26 June, 12.30-4.40pm
Gavin de Beer Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Anatomy Building
Hosts: Steve Hunt and Michael Duchen
12.30pm Ricardo Laranjeiro: "A novel cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor (p20) controls circadian cell cycle timing"
1.00pm Mark Hajjawi: “Nucleotides as regulators of skeletal function”
1.30pm Keri Tochiki: “Are histone modifications setting up inflammatory pain states?”
2.00pm Gordon Walsh: "Model construction and
parameter determination in eukaryotic phosphoinositide metabolism"
2.40pm Mason Yeh:
3.10pm Beverley Bright:
3.40pm Eleanna Stamatakou:
4.10pm Hui Min Tan:
Thursday 27 June at 1pm
Following the Summer Break the Series returns in September.
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