Biomedical Research Group seminars and events

Full list of seminars 2017/18

Title Speaker Date, time and location
New insights into the pathogenesis of NF2 – the role of the Hippo/YAP pathway Joseph Kissil, Associate Professor, Scripps Research Insitute, Florida 31/10/17, 16:30–17:30, John Bull Building, Room LT
Biology and Therapeutic Potential of ER Located Trophic Factor CDNF Professor Mart Saarma, Institute of Biotechnology, University of Helsinki 22/11/17, 16:30–17:30, John Bull Building, Room LT
Searching for new targets to attenuate brain ischemic damage Professor Carlos Matute, Basque Center for Neuroscience, Spain 14/02/17, 16:30–17:30, John Bull Building, Room LT
Mouse modelling of motor neuron disease Professor Elizabeth Fisher, Institute of Neurology, UCL London 02/02/18, 16:30–17:30, John Bull Building, Room LT
to be confirmed Dr Bart Strooper, University of Leuven, Belgium 23/05/18, 16:30–17:30, John Bull Building, Room LT
to be confirmed Professor Ophir Klein, Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Care, San Francisco, USA 23/07/18, 16:30–17:30, John Bull Building, Room LT


Past events and conferences


Alzheimer’s Research UK South West Network Centre research conference

South West ARUK dementia research network centre will be holding its first annual research day on 13 May 2015 in the Sherwell Centre, main campus of the Plymouth University. This is a joint meeting between Plymouth University and University of Exeter.

Find out more about the conference.

 

2015 Biomedical Research conference

We're delighted to announce the Plymouth University 2015 Biomedical Research conference on Thursday 3 September 2015. This high profile one day event will build on the success of previous research days held by the Centre for Biomedical Research.

Showcasing our world-leading biomedical research, the conference will take place in the Sherwell Centre on the main Plymouth University campus. To underscore the reach of our research activities, we are delighted that our keynote speaker will be Professor Siamon Gordon FRS, University of Oxford, the renowned expert on macrophage biology.