Mellanby Centre Seminar

Date: Friday 5 May 2017 Time: 1.00 – 2.00 pm Title: The role of tumour microenvironment in cancer metastasis Speaker: Dr Vin-Zhi Qian, University of Edinburgh Venue: Lecture Theatre 3, F Floor, The Medical School Dr Bin-Zhi Qian received his bachelor degree from Fudan University, Shaghai, China.  He then joined Chinese Human Genome Centre at…

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Mellanby Bone Imaging and Modelling Workshop

This workshop was organised by the Mellanby Centre for Bone Research and took place at Inox on 2-3 March 2017 with about 50 people attending.  There was good interaction, discussion and talks.  The meeting consisted of five external speakers from Lyon (Dr Chapurlat, Dr Follet), Germany (Dr Engelke), Manchster (Professor Cootes) and Southampton (Dr Schneider). …

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Bateson Centre Fellowship Success

Catarina Henriques was awarded a Sir Henry Dale Fellowship from the Wellcome Trust and Royal Society. Catarina is a Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow in the Department of Oncology and Metabolism. Her work bridges the interests of the Bateson Centre and the MRC/ARUK Centre for Integrated Research in Musculoskeletal Ageing. Catarina was the first person to characterise ageing…

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AURDM Seminar Thursday 13 April

Fertile Ground Seminar Series Title: Sperm in the Fast Lane: birds, balls and BrdU Speaker: Dr Alexander Ball (Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield) Venue: Ian Cooke Lecture Theatre, Level 4, The Jessop Wing Date and Time:  Thursday 13 April 1230-1330 Dr Alex Ball is an evolutionary biologist focussing on understand the selection pressures…

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Mellanby Centre Seminar Series

Venue: Lecture Theatre 3, F Floor, Medical School Time: 1.00 – 2.00 pm 5 May                Dr Bin-Zhi Qian  University of Edinburgh                              The role of tumour microenvironment in cancer metastasis                             Hosted by Claire Lewis 9 June             Professor Ralph Müller Institute for Biomechanics, Zurich, Switzerland                              Bone mechanomics and in silico modelling in the aging…

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