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Conferences, Events and Seminars Stem Cell Club Seminar Series Date



Fate switching enables progenitors to maintain and regenerate oesophageal Phil Jones epithelium Bioinformatic analysis of transcriptional control mechanisms in blood cells








The logistics of neurogenesis in the adult brain

Dr Anagha Joshi, CIMR, UK lias Kazanis

Role of Oct4 in the induction of pluripotency

Jose Silva

A functional Genomics Approach for identification of Tcf3 target genes in mouse embryonic stem cells

Graziano Martello

RNA methylation pathways and stem cell differentiation in adult tissues Cell-Surface Proteomics Identifies Lineage-Specific Markers of EmbryoDerived Stem Cells

Michaela Frye Peter Rugg-Gunn,

Defining a lineage hierarchy for fibroblasts in the mammalian skin

Ryan Driskell

Epigenetic regulation of adult muscle stem cell fate

Jenny Pell

Mammary stem and progenitor cells: Understanding the cellular context of breast cancer

John Stingl

Modelling vascular smooth muscle cell development and disease using human pluripotent stem cells Derivation and Characterization of haploid embryonic stem cells from mouse embryos

Sanjay Sinha

Modelling vascular biology and disease using patient specificstem and progenitor cells

Amer Rana

Role of DNA hydroxymethylation in reprogramming and stem cells Producing platelets for transfusion in humans from human iPSCs by a forward programming method

Gabriella Ficz CĂŠdric Ghevaert

Fine-tuning proliferation signals – a requirement for tissue homeostasis Generation of functional organs from pluripotent stem cells Rebuilding pluripotency from primordial germ cells

Kim Jensen Hiromitsu Nakauchi, IMSUT, Japan Harry Leitch

The nature and liaisons of human lung bronchioalveolar stem cells

Juan-Jose Ventura,

Anton Wutz

Understanding the logic of signalling and transcriptional control in stem cell Kathy Niakan, differentiation


Exit from pluripotency is gated by intracellular redistribution of the bHLH Joerg Betschinger transcription factor Tfe3 Vertebrate appendage regeneration requires a return to an embryonic, oxi- Yaoyao Chen dative cellular state Cell Cycle Directs Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Cells Characterising the niche of emerging haematopoietic stem cells

Siim Pauklin Katrin Ottersbach

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