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CDB Seminars
All welcome

Thursday April 24th, 1pm
Prof Justin Blau, NYU
Title: How flies time: Neurobiology of the Drosophila circadian clock
Host: Prof Ralf Stanewsky
Venue: Anatomy G04 Gavin de Beer LT

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Friday April 25th, 1pm
Dr Benedetta Ruzzenente, Max Planck Institute
Title: RNA Metabolism in Mitochondria: Lessons from the Mouse
Host: Prof Michael Duchen
Venue: Medawar G02 Watson LT

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Thursday May 1st, 1pm
Dr Setsuko Sahara, MRC - Kings
Title: Control of cortical neuron number
Host: Prof John Parnevelas
Venue: Anatomy G04 Gavin de Beer LT

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Thursday May 8th, 1pm
Prof Robert Lightowlers, Newcastle University
Title: Mitochondrial gene expression in humans: a tale of two tales
Host: Dr Gyorgy Szabadkai
Venue: Medical Sciences 131 A V Hill LT

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THE O'KEEFE AND BURGESS GROUPS

  • Department of Cell & Developmental Biology, University College London
  • Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Queen Square, University College London
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Welcome to the O'Keefe and Burgess Group web-site. Researchers here have been in the business of using single-cell recording techniques to investigate the mechanisms of spatial learning for over 30 years, using some of the most advanced technology in the field today.

The purpose of this site is familiarise visitors with the research we do and the people who do it, and to provide some helpful links for others with an interest in neuroscience.

Enjoy your visit, and please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments you may have.

This group is made up of two closely associated labs, working on space and memory.

The unit recording side is based in the UCL Research Department of Cell and Developmental Biology..

The neuroimaging, neuropsychology and computational side
(Space and Memory Group) is based at the ICN.


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