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.
PhD in Developmental and
Stem Cell Biology
This programme offers
students a unique environment with one of the largest and strongest
concentrations of high quality developmental and stem cell biologists anywhere
in the world.
The first year of the programme provides a taught component and regular journal club sessions. Following lab visits to highlight the project offerings of the supervisors, each student selects three short research projects to be undertaken as lab rotations.
Years two, three and four
The student will choose one project for the PhD research. Progress will be monitored by a thesis committee which will mentor the student throughout the programme.
The programme is supervised by a Steering Committee led by the Directors, Professor Claudio Stern and Professor Andrew Copp. The Steering Committee selects students for the programme and monitors their progress throughout the 4 years.
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