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- @johnsoncilialab @UKCiliaNetwork Look forward to hosting it in Edinburgh- especially now the cytoskeleton themed baking gauntlet has been thrown down... CiliaClub 2019
- The next big cilia meeting will be in Sheffield, which is the @UKCiliaNetwork meeting on 22nd of March. Our next #CiliaClub meeting will be in Edinburgh, September 2019.
- Here we go. Another cover for @GaiaPigino highlighting the discovery of the mechanism how dynein gets stowed away in the IFT train along its journey to the cilia tip. Congratulations! @mpicbg and @maxplanckpress is so lucky to have you. https://t.co/4yYg7C1ixs
- Our November issue is live! Read about #cytoskeletal motor , #adhesion for cell division, #CRISPR base editor screen, and differentiation of skin cancer, and our editorial on increasing public awareness of scientific knowledge. Check it out here https://t.co/bbNrd8U8B8 https://t.co/vbHRETni5r
- Exciting #PCD morning lined up with @twobluechickens & Andy Jarman, @PCD_Scotland, our clinical colleagues and more- talk cilia, cell biology & clinical genetics! See cilia beat, watch PCD fruit flies & get your hands on DNA and much more! @MRC_IGMM @mrc_hgu @EdinburghUni https://t.co/P4qaRXKoy8
- Do you have a personal connection to Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD)? Please come to our free public PCD awareness event and research update. Still time to register for talks, hands-on science activities & Institute tours! https://t.co/VXMEk1SMTH https://t.co/T8s0us1Vvo
- Kidney Illuminated: Bradley Yoder showing beautiful spinning disk images of cilia, Ca, macrophages in kidney tubules. #ASNBasicSci #kidneywk
- Just sitting in the cilia session listening to CeCILIA Lo talk about the role of cilia in congenital heart disease!!! #kidneywk
- Jeremy @ReiterLab gave a wonderful talk about an evolutionary proteomics approach they took to uncover ciliary signaling pathways. #kidneyWk #ASN https://t.co/HpxFQSkdFz
- Yay...Our paper just out on IFT-A and ciliary transition zone gating...
- My lab has a postdoc position available.
We work on symmetry and asymmetry in development and growth, mostly using #zebrafish.
Our interests: cilia, mechanosensation, embryonic patterning, spine growth and scoliosis.
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