LifETIME Webinars

  • 2021

    28th April
    Speaker: Dr David France, School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow
    Talk title: Small Molecule Induced Protein Degradation
    URL: https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/chemistry/staff/davidfrance/

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    12th May
    Speaker 1: Eileen Reidy, PhD Student, CÚRAM
    Talk title: Development of a 3D model of CRC, Incorporating its Tumour Microenvironment

    Speaker 2:
    Narina Bileckaja, PhD Student, University of Glasgow
    Talk Title: Organ-on-a-chip Platforms for the Study of Traditional Chinese Medicine – The Beginning

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    26th May
    Speaker: Professor Ivan Wall, Regenerative Medicine and Cell & Gene Therapy Bioprocessing, Aston University
    Talk title: Technologies and Strategies for Advancing ATMPs
    URL: https://research.aston.ac.uk/en/persons/ivan-wall

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    9th June
    Speaker 1: Paige Walczak, PhD Student, Aston University
    Talk title: Modelling the cortex in 3D for investigation of neurodegenerative disease

    Speaker 2: Elaine Ma, PhD Student, University of Glasgow
    Talk title: A 3D in vitro model of liver metastasis to study cancer cell mechanosensing

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    23rd June
    Speaker: Matthew J Dalby, Centre for the Cellular Microenvironment, University of Glasgow
    Talk title: Nanoscale control by materials of mesenchymal stem cells for identification of bioactive metabolites
    URL: https://www.gla.ac.uk/researchinstitutes/biology/staff/matthewdalby/

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    7th July
    Speaker 1: Mirella Ejiugwo, PhD Student, CÚRAM
    Talk title: Towards recreating the inflammatory environment of diabetic foot ulcer

    Speaker 2: Georgia Harris, PhD Student, University of Birmingham
    Talk title: Using Raman Spectroscopy to Detect Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) – a Bright Eye-dea

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