Anderson Stuart Seminars

Jointly presented by the Disciplines of Physiology and Anatomy & Histology,
School of Medical Sciences as part of the Bosch Institute Seminar Program

Anderson Stuart Seminars recommence March 2018


Anderson Stuart Seminars recommence March 2018

Seminars 2018

Seminar list

Anderson Stuart Seminar list

1pm Mar 5 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Neuronal adaptations to abnormality
Dr Shanker Karunanithi
Queensland Brain Institute, UQ

1pm Mar 12 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Concatenated nicotinic acetylcholine receptors; a gift or a curse?
Dr Philip Ahring
Pharmacy

1pm Mar 19 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Autoantibodies to brain antigens: lessons in research translation
A/Prof Fabienne Brilot-Turville
Children's Hospital, Westmead and BMRI

1pm Mar 26 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Mechanisms of impaired human movement after stroke
Dr Joanna Diong
/Biomedical Science,/Sydney Medical School

1pm Apr 9 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Role of the vitamin D receptor in cancer and cancer metastasis
Prof Markus Seibel
Anzac Institute, Concord

1pm Apr 16 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
How the osteocyte network controls bone composition and structure
Prof Natalie Sims
St Vincent's Institute, Melbourne

1pm Apr 23 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
What does the study of monotremes tell us about the ancestral mammalian brain?
Prof Kenneth Ashwell
UNSW

1pm Apr 30 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Dysfunction to intracellular trafficking in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
A/Prof Julie Atkin
Macquarie University

1pm May 7 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
"Questions of Balance" The best laid schemes of mice and man
Prof Alan Brichta
University of Newcastle

1pm May 14 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
How does the brain-gut axis influence behaviour – impact of an unhealthy diet
Prof Margaret Morris
UNSW

1pm May 21 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Prostate in a dish: in vitro differentiation of mouse embryonic brain stem cells into prostate epithelium
Badwi (Bobby) Boumelham (PhD candidate)
Physiology

1pm May 28 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Endogenous opioids in fear and addiction
A/Prof Elena Bagley
Pharmacology

1pm Jun 4 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Using vision science to explore the aging brain
Prof Alison McKandrick
University of Melbourne

1pm June 18 2018 -- Anderson Stuart Laboratory (Rm E401), Anderson Stuart Building
From fish to stars: the crosstalk between cell-cell adhesion and cell differentiation in embryonic development and evolution
Dr Vanessa Barone
Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria), University of Sydney

Finding us

The Anderson Stuart Building is on the main (Camperdown) campus of the
University of Sydney. Road access is from Manning Rd, reached from City or Parramatta roads.
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Other seminar programmes

Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology Seminar Series, UNSW