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2022 Prion Unit at UCL seminars /events

 

DateSpeakerTitle of paperHost
Wednesday
22nd June
1pm - 2pm
Professor John Hardy
PhD MD(Hons) DSc AEu FMedSci FRS
Chair of Molecular Biology of Neurological Disease
UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology
Genomic analysis and neurodegenerationJohn Collinge
Wednesday
6th April
1pm - 2pm
Dr Wei-Feng Xue
Reader in Chemical Biology and
Programme Director for Biochemistry,
School of Biosciences, University of Kent
The polymorphic landscape of amyloid assembly
revealed by atomic force microscopy and individual
particle structural reconstruction
Jan Bieschke
Wednesday
2nd March
12.30pm - 1pm
Prof Rickie Patani
Professor of Human Stem Cells
and Regenerative Neurology at
The Francis Crick Institute and
UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology
Decoding cell type specific molecular
aberrations in ALS using human stem cell models

Parmjit Jat

   

 

 

 Prion Unit at UCL seminars/events archive

2021
DateSpeakerTitle of paperHost
Wednesday
1st December
1pm - 2pm
Dr Frances Wiseman
Programme Leader in Animal Models
at UK Dementia Research Institute
and ARUK Senior Research Fellow
Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease in Down syndrome
– a range of research approaches

Dr Silvia Purro

Wednesday
6th October
1pm - 2pm
Dr Ronald Melki
Director of Research at CNRS,
Paris, France
Prion-like propagation of alpha-synuclein assemblies
and the molecular basis of distinct synucleinopathies
Dr Peter Kloehn
Wednesday
8th September
1pm - 2pm

Professor Sheena Radford
Astbury Professor of Biophysics
and Royal Society Research Professor
University of Leeds

Arresting amyloid formation by targeting the early culprits of aggregationDr Graham Jackson
Wednesday
26th May
1pm - 2pm
Dr Wenjuan Zhang
Career development fellow,
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology


 
Cryo-EM structures of tau filaments in human neurodegenerative diseasesProf John Collinge

Wednesday
28th April
Starting at 12:30

Professor Kerensa Broersen
Associate Professor of Applied
Stem Cell Technologies,

University of Twente, NL

Nonconventional secretion of Alzheimer-related protein tau

Prof John Collinge

2020
DateSpeakerTitle of paperHost
Wednesday
25th November
Dr Sean Sweeney

Reader in Neuroscience, University of York

Using Drosophila to identify pathological signaling and therapeutics for Frontotemporal Dementia and Amyotrophic Lateral SclerosisDr Emmanuel Asante
Wednesday
1st July
Dr Wendy Noble
Senior Lecturer in Neuroscience,
Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience,
King’s College
Organotypic brain slice cultures as models for Alzheimer's disease researchDr Emmanuel Asante
Wednesday
6th May

Professor Rick Livesey
Professor of Stem Cell Biology,
Developmental Biology & Cancer Department,
Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children,
UCL GOS Institute of Child Health

Insights into the pathogenesis of dementia from human stem cell systemsDr Peter Kloehn
Wednesday
15th January
Professor James H Naismith
Professor of Structural Biology &
Director of the Rosalind Franklin Institute, Oxford
The Potential for Electrons in ImagingProf John Collinge
2019
DateSpeakerTitle of paperHost

Wednesday
20th November

Professor Philip Lowry
Emeritus Professor at the University of Reading

A historical perspective of therapeutic Human Growth    

Dr Peter Kloehn

Wednesday
25th September

Dr Benjamin Falcon
Postdoctoral Scientist at the
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Cryo-EM of assembled tau conformers in human neurodegenerative disease

Dr Jan Bieschke

Wednesday
24th July

Prof Mark Marsh
Director - MRC-Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology, UCL

Linking cell biology to pathogenesis in a simian model for HIV infection

Professor Parmjit Jat

Wednesday
10th July

Sir Paul Nurse
FMedSci FRS Chief Executive and Director, Francis Crick Institute

Controlling the Cell Cycle

Professor John Collinge

Wednesday
26th June

Dr J P Simons
Reader in Experimental Genetics and Molecular Medicine, Centre for
Amyloidosis and Acute Phase Proteins, Division of Medicine, UCL

Mechanisms of amyloid deposition in systemic amyloidosis

Professor John Collinge   

Monday
24th June

Dr Reed Wickner, M.D.
Distinguished Investigator
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIH

Anti-prion system in yeast

Professor John Collinge 

Wednesday
20th February

Professor Glenn C Telling 
Director Prion Research Center (PRC)
Professor of Microbiology, Immunology & Pathology
Colorado State University University

Characterizing the host range and strain properties of chronic wasting disease prions

Professor John Collinge