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NUSCU Research Day
Baddiley Clark Seminar Room
12.00 – 17.00, 24 May 2018

A half-day event showcasing the research being funded by the Newcastle University Single Cell Unit awards.

Join us at this year’s Research Day where we will be showcasing the projects funded by the 2017 calls.

Lunch will be provided – please register so that we know how many to cater for!

Programme (Download Programme)

24 May 2018, 12.00-16.15

12.00 Lunch

13.00: Part 1

Olivier Govaere
Transcriptome analysis of ballooned hepatocytes in patients with non-alcoholic liver disease

Simon Bamforth
Transcriptome cell mapping during aortic arch artery development

João Maurício
Mapping the heterogeneity of circulating neutrophils in Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Rachel Queen
A journey into single cell bioinformatics

14.15: Break

14.30: Part 2

Deepali Pal
Identify niche signalling networks regulating crosstalk between primary leukaemia blasts and allogenic human bone marrow (BM) endosteal and sinusoidal cells

David Shapira
Epigenetic control of autophagy

Neil Rajan
Birthmarks: An opportunity to gain novel insights by sequencing somatic foetal mutations in adult skin

David Young
microRNA targets during long bone growth

Simon Bomken
Haematopoietic precursor populations in lineage switched infant leukaemia

Shoba Amarnath
Protease mediated regulation of immune tolerance

16.15: Event Close

Please register or contact helen.snowdon@ncl.ac.uk for further information.

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