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VIC Stem Cell Network - Monthly Seminar Series (August 2012)

04:00 PM - Tuesday 07 August, 2012
A/Prof Gary Hime TITLE: Genetic analysis of the roles of repressor proteins in stem cell differentiation

GUEST SPEAKER:
Associate Professor Gary Hime, Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience, University of Melbourne

BIO: Gary Hime studied cell cycle mutants of Drosophila for his PhD with Prof Rob Saint at the University of Adelaide before undertaking postdoctoral work at Stanford University on germline development. He returned to the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute where he used Drosophila to model oncogene behaviour and is now in the Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience at the University of Melbourne where his focus is understanding the genetic regulation of stem cell differentiation in Drosophila and vertebrate models of tissue homeostasis and tumour development.

VENUE: Seminar Room on Level 5 of the Melbourne Brain Centre

DATE:
Tuesday 7 August at 4pm

RSVP: jkendall@unimelb.edu.au

Refreshments served at 5pm.

The Victorian Stem Cell Network seminars are held on the first Tuesday of every month in the Seminar Room on Level 5 of the Melbourne Brain Centre.

Formerly, The University of Melbourne Stem Cell Interest Group (UMSCIG), we hope that this Network will provide a forum from various stem cell groups to share knowledge, interrelate and hopefully forge interactive collaborations.