Gurdon Institute Seminar Series
Throughout the year we host world-renowned scientists to deliver talks in person or online and to meet our researchers. Colleagues in the local science community are also invited to attend.
The Gurdon Institute Seminar Series runs mostly during the Michaelmas and Lent terms, with talks being held approximately once a month.
See the list of previous annual Anne McLaren Lectures in this series.
Tuesday 30 May, 2 pm (online, link will be available nearer the time)
Dr Paola Arlotta, Harvard, USA
Title: “Human brain chimeroids as avatars to study inter-individual variation in brain development and disease”
Hosts: Dr Sumru Bayin and Dr David Fernandez-Antoran
Tuesday 20 June, 11 am (Jean Thomas Lecture Theatre, Sanger Building, Department of Biochemistry)
Professor Jacob Hanna, Weizmann Institute, Israel
Title: “Synthetic ex utero embryogenesis: from naive pluripotent stem cells to human and mouse bona fide embryo-models”
Hosts: Gurdon Institute Postdoc Association (GIPA)