BSCB GenSoc UK Cilia Network e-Symposium 11
Date: 15 September 2020 Time: 15:00 - 17:30
We have a fantastic line up for you: interrogating differences between cilia types in the brain at nanoscale resolution; mysterious roles for meiotic proteins in cilia function; modeling ciliopathy genes for mechanism; fine tuning cells for sensing Hh; plus cilia and signaling in Down's Syndrome and in neural tube development!
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3:00 – 3:05 Pleasantine Mill Welcome Remarks
3:05 – 3:25 Carolyn Ott, senior scientist, Lippincott-Schwartz lab (HHMI Janelia, US) 'Volumetric electron microscopy reveals differences between neuronal and glia primary cilia'.
3:25 - 3:45 Urszula McClurg, PI (Liverpool, UK) 'New lessons from an old protein – how TEX12 controls centrosome and cilia and why would that make us skinny?'.
3:45 - 4:05 Chad Pearson, PI (CU Anschutz, US) 'Microtubule and primary ciliary dysfunction in response to elevated chromosome 21 dosage'.
4:05 - 4:25 Jennifer Kong, post doc, Rohatgi lab (Stanford, US) 'Molecular mechanisms that regulate target cell sensitivity to Hedgehog morphogens'.
4:25 -4:45 André Goncalvers, postdoc, Pedersen lab (Copenhagen, DK) 'Molecular basis for ciliopathies caused by CEP78 mutations'.
4:45 - 5:05 Saikat Mukhopadhyay, PI (UT Southwestern Medical Centre, US) 'Adenylyl cyclase signaling, cilia and neural tube development'.
Updated by: Pleasantine Mill