Join King's PhD students as they present their work on 'Cell Therapies & Regenerative Medicine' followed by keynote speaker, Professor Benedikt Berninger from the Center for Developmental Neurobiology
This event is open to all postgraduate research students, research staff and principal investigators from across King’s and partner institutions.
If you are an undergraduate and would like to attend, please contact email@example.com
All activities will take place in the Seminar Room, Centre for Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine, 28th Floor, Tower Wing, Guy's Hospital (Life Bank A).
11:00 Arrival, tea, coffee and welcome talk
11:15-12:15 Short talks from 3rd year Wellcome PhD students
13.00 - 14.10 Poster session
More than 20 'Cell Therapy & Regenerative Medicine' themed posters from 2nd year Wellcome Trust PhD programme students.
14.10 - 14.30 Break
14.30 - 15.40 Talks from 1st year Wellcome Trust PhD programme students
Modelling Dravet syndrome with human iPSC-derived neural circuits - Federica Riccio
The landscape of cellular interaction in quiescent and proliferative tissues - Inchul Cho
Determining the mechanism and efficiency of NKG2D-based CAR T cells - Jana Obajdin
Characterising Jagged1+ Regulatory T cells in epithelial stem cell homeostasis - Prudence Liu
Stem Cell heterogeneity in the pituitary gland- Thea Willis
Investigation of CD101+ T regs for adoptive cell therapy in SLE- Wladislaw Stroukov
Use of 'Axon-like' Nanofibers to Quantify Glioblastoma Cells Migration - Victoria Tsang
15.40 - 16.00 Break
16.00 - 17.00 Keynote Speaker - Professor Benedikt Berninger from the Center for Developmental Neurobiology
Using brain organoids to explore human brain development and evolution
17.00 - 18.00 Drinks and nibbles reception