This semester, we were invited by St Peter’s School students to present a series of seminars at their school in York, around the world leading work done at the IGM.
The first four talks are:
19/09 Dr Ricardo Gouveia – “A (Cell Culture) Room with a View”
27/09 Dr Simon Ramsbottom – “Gene therapies for kidney disease”
03/10 Dr Kasia Pirog – “How do long bones grow? From mutation to therapy”
10/10 Chile Siachisumo – “”Mapping RNA-Protein interactions to understand cancer”
Thank you to all the speakers for volunteering to present their work! If you’d like to be involved and/or present at a later date, please email us at IGMengagement@ncl.ac.uk