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Crick-HEI Staff Attachment Seminar Series

The King's-Crick Partnership team launched a virtual seminar series in April 2021. The series features talks given by university staff attachments to the Crick. Attachments are introduced by a Crick host, and then discuss their current research, before opening the floor to questions. 

Following the success of the initial seminars that were given by King's attachments, UCL and Imperial College have scheduled their own seminars.

The seminars are free and open to all staff and students at King’s, Imperial, UCL and the Crick. Please follow the links below to join upcoming seminars.

Past Seminars

Date  

Presenter Crick Host Title

Monday    12 April 2021

Jeremy Carlton Michael Way SARS-CoV-2 Exit Strategies

Monday    26 April 2021

Reimer Kuehn  Vassilis Pachnis Thoughts on Cell Programming and Cell Reprogramming

Monday      10 May 2021

Benedikt Berninger Francois Guillemot Engineering New Interneurons for the Cerebral Cortex 

Monday      7 June  2021

Snezhana Oliferenko Frank Uhlmann

Exploiting Divergent Biology of Two Fission Yeasts to Understand Membrane Function

Monday    21 June 2021 Corinne Houart Francois Guillemot Impact of Early Decisions on Forebrain Size, Shape and Complexity

Monday      5 July    2021

Katie Bentley James Briscoe Temporal Adaptation of Vascular Branching: Untangling Collective Cell Feedback In Silico and In Vivo

Monday      14 February 2022

Paola Bonfanti Dominique Bonnet 

Reconstitution of a Long-Lived Functional Human Thymus by Postnatal Clonogenic Stem/Progenitor Cells

Monday    28 February 2022

Jernej Ule  Sila Ultanir  How Do Protein-RNA Condensates Form and Contribute to Disease? 

Monday 14 March 2022

Edina Rosta Daniel Groom Computational Modelling of Phosphate Catalytic Reactions   

To review recordings of past seminars, please follow this link

Upcoming Seminars

2022 Timetable
Date  Presenter  Crick Host Title

Microsoft Teams Link 

Monday 28 March 2022

Mariya Moosajee  Nic Tapon How Do Genetic Perturbations Lead to Ocular Maldevelopment?  Mariya Moosajee Seminar Link
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