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Upcoming seminars

Please contact biol-dmthub@york.ac.uk with any queries.

Fri
10
Feb

Developmental origins of blood stem cells and leukaemia

1.00PM, B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Professor Katrin Ottersbach (The University of Edinburgh)

Fri
17
Feb

Biological timing, homeostasis and infectious disease

1.00PM, B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Dr Rachel Edgar, Department of Infectious Disease, Imperial College London

Fri
24
Feb

Genetic tools for Cryptosporidium biology and drug discovery

1.00PM, B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Dr Mattie Pawlowic (School of Life Sciences University of Dundee)

Tue
28
Feb

Signalling in the sea - characterising novel ion channels and signalling processes in marine diatoms

1.00PM, Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre (B/K018)

Dr Glen Wheeler, Marine Biological Association

Fri
3
Mar

Rescuing mitochondria in peril under oxidative stress

1.00PM, B/K/018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Professor Kostas Tokatlidis, School of Molecular Biosciences, University of Glasgow.

Tue
7
Mar

Macroevolutionary Dissection of Infection and Immunity in Land Plants

1.00PM, Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre (B/K018)

Dr Philip Carella, John Innes Centre

Tue
14
Mar

Plants as a central key to climate change; moving from consequences to solutions

1.00PM, Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre (B/K018)

Professor Colleen Doherty, Department of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry, North Carolina State University

Fri
17
Mar

Targeting b-catenin in acute myeloid leukaemia

1.00PM, B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Dr Rhys Morgan, University of Sussex

Fri
21
Apr

Targeting cell cycle and transcriptional dependencies in estrogen receptor positive breast cancer by inhibition of cyclin-dependent kinase CDK7

1.00PM, B/K018, Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre

Professor Simak Ali (Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London)

Fri
5
May

Use of the cytoskeleton to control Shigella infection

1.00PM, B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Dr Serge Mostowy (The London School of Health and Tropical Medicine)