UCL Institute of Ophthalmology


05/10/2015 London Tissue Repair and regeneration meeting

05 October 2015, 5:00 pm–6:00 pm

Event Information


IoO Lecture Theatre

You are invited to hear

'A cellular disease model system of autosomal-recessive bestrophinopathy: the creation of iPSC-RPE from a patient with a premature stop mutation (pR200X)'

Britta Nommiste

UCL, Institute of Ophthalmology

'Cellular consequences of HDAC1/2 inhibition in normal and keloid derived fibroblasts'

Dr. Jennifer Easton

KCL, Centre for Molecular and Cell Biology of Inflammation

Followed by drinks and nibbles


Main Lecture Theatre, Institute of Ophthalmology, UCL

11-43 Bath Street, EC1V 9EL

About the London Tissue Repair & Regeneration Meetings

London Tissue Repair and Regeneration (LTRR) is a monthly meeting series set up as a platform for scientists across London to regularly meet and discuss their latest findings in basic and clinical research, in the areas of tissue repair and regeneration. This series is open to anyone who is interested in these fields, whatever the level of study.
Furthermore, LTRR provides an informal, relaxed environment for discussing full or partial research findings, working hypotheses and future plans. Therefore, we particularly encourage young researchers -including PhD students and early postdocs to present their work, as well as established post docs and PIs.