Inaugural CLS PhD Symposium
University of Dundee, Dalhousie Building


     *  Abstract Deadline:
       22nd March 2010

     *  Registration Deadline:
       22nd March 2010


   Matthias Mann, Susan Gasser, Seth Grant, Pete Lund, Phil Hawkins,
   Paolo Comoglio, Paul O’Higgins, Ottoline Leyser, David Grimwade,
   Michael Pritchard, Andras Falus,

   The Inaugural PiCLS PhD Symposium is a new and exciting event, which
   is run by students

Schedule of Presentations:

Wednesday, May 12, 2010
09:00:00 Registration/Coffee
09:55:00 1st session
10:00:00 Introduction Michael Ferguson
10:10:00 The Met oncogene drives a genetic program for invasive growth Paolo Comoglio
10:55:00 Two ring to fold them all - is multimerisation needed for chaperonin-assited protein folding? Pete Lund
11:40:00 From post-doc to executive director: personal experience of setting up a bioscience company Business talk Michael Pritchard
12:25:00 Lunch and poster presentation
14:25:00 2nd session
14:30:00 Craniofacial Form and Function; Morphometrics, Functional Modelling and Statistics Paul O'Higgins
15:15:00 Programming the Nucleus Susan M. Gasser
16:00:00 Coffee
16:15:00 3rd session
16:20:00 Student talk 1
16:40:00 Student talk 2
17:00:00 Student talk 3
17:20:00 Student talk 4
17:40:00 Technology and Application of Quantitative and High Resolution Proteomics Matthias Mann
19:30:00 Dinner | Invercarse Hotel followed by a Ceilidh with Sounds Braw Ceilidh Band
Thursday, May 13, 2010
08:55:00 4th session
09:00:00 Hormonal Control of Shoot Branching Ottoline Leyser
09:45:00 Signalling via PI3Ks in Neutrophils Phillip Hawkins
10:30:00 Coffee
10:45:00 5th session
10:50:00 Announcement of poster prize Peter Downes
11:10:00 Student talk 5
11:30:00 Student talk 6
11:50:00 Student talk 7
12:10:00 Student talk 8
12:30:00 Lunch
13:10:00 6th session
13:15:00 Histamine is a relevant player in immune response and tumour growth Andras Falus
14:00:00 Acute Promyelocytic Leukaemia: Disease pathogenesis and development of molecularly targeted treatment approaches David Grimwade
14:45:00 Coffee
14:55:00 7th session
15:00:00 Cognition and its origins in the evolution of synapse Seth Grant
15:45:00 Conclusion by PiCLS Chair
16:00:00 reception
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