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Events and News
Systems Biology Journal club has restarted for the this term. First meeting 29 September >>more
Information about the BBSRC e-Learning for Systems Approaches programme now available >>more
New PhD Programme
UCL has developed a new Interdisciplinary PhD Programme in bioscience and bioengineering. The programme covers all levels of biology, from molecules through to cells and whole animal physiology, and provides training in cutting edge techniques, including bioengineering, data analysis, computational and mathematical modelling, imaging, structural biology and systems approaches >>more
Jennifer Rohn and Buzz Baum (LMCB) "Comparative RNAi screening identifies a conserved core metazoan actinome by phenotype"
Jennifer Rohn and Buzz Baum (LMCB) "Identification and characterization of a set of conserved and new regulators of cytoskeletal organization, cell morphology and migration"
This group brings together researchers who are interested in using multidisciplinary approaches to study of the cytoskeleton. Members include researchers at UCL, Imperial College and the London Research Institute. The schedule of meetings can be found here.
For information please contact Pato.
Tuesday 27th September starting at 1:15 pm at the LMCB.
Speakers are Sebastian Maurer from Thomas Surrey's lab and Arturo Araujo from Buzz Baum's lab.
Sebastian will talk about "The structural basis of microtubule end recognition by EB proteins"
Refreshments will be sponsored by LMCB-UCL.
- Baum lab (LMCB-UCL)
- Charras lab (LCN)
- Cramer lab (LMCB-UCL)
- Duke lab (LCN)
- Andrea Jimenez Dalmaroni (Imperial)
- Thomas Surrey (London Research Institute)
A full list of members and email addresses can be found here.
A space dedicated for sharing lab experience
Arturo Araujo (3rd year PhD Sudent)
"I am interested in aneuploidy and its role in oncogenesis. I'm addressing the question of whether the loss or gain of whole chromosomes is sufficient to initiate oncogenic transformation. I'm devising an experiment to discover the identity of viable karyotypes of aneuploid cells. Does anyone know of a technique I could use for this purpose?"
If you have any suggestions please contact Arturo.
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