First Year CDB PhD Students: Mini Symposium
Tuesday 1 July, 1.30-4.10pm
Host: Yoshiyuki Yamamoto
1.45pm Francis Carpenter: “Neural Representations of Space in Connected, Perceptually Identical Compartments”
2.00pm Chris Penny: "The functional architecture of Two-Pore Channels"
2.15pm Amina Yonis: “The role of actin nucleators in the cellular actin cortex”
2.30pm Lewis Brayshaw: ”Cadherin de-adhesion in cancer”
2.45pm Agnieszka Piatkowska: “Mechanism of somite formation”
3.10pm Alan Greig: “Pertussis vaccination and dysfunction of the blood brain barrier: an in vitro study”
3.25pm Marina Teter: “The role of Wnt antagonists in synapse vulnerability”
3.40pm Gauri Bhosale: “Investigating the mitochondrial permeability transition pore as a therapeutic target in human disease”
3.55pm Lourdes Sri Raja: "Modelling Protein Signalling Pathways during Neutrophil Differentiation"
Thursday July 3rd, 12pm
Map and directions
The UCL Research Department
of Cell and Developmental Biology is located in various buildings around
campus. The Anatomy
Building is located on Gower Street, outlined in red on
the map below. To view the location of all of UCL's
buildings, there are UCL
To find your way around the UCL campus, you can use the UCL Routefinder.
It allows you to find the quickest route between various points on campus. The closest underground stations to the Bloomsbury Campus are Russell Square (Piccadilly Line), Goodge Street (Northern Line) or Warren Street (Victoria or Northern Line). The nearest main line stations are Euston and Kings Cross. All of these stations are within 5-15 minutes walk of the Department.
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