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HGMP Seminar Series

Gary Williams gwilliam at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Mon Nov 1 20:05:05 EST 1999

Welcome to the HGMP Resource Centre's seminar series.  These seminars
have been introduced to promote the interaction between the HGMP-RC and
the research community. 

Each term we will be inviting six to eight speakers to give us a
seminar.  The invited speakers will be experts on our major fields of
interest: bioinformatics, functional genomics, expression profiling at
both the mRNA and protein levels, mutation analysis, linkage,
comparative DNA sequencing, gene inactivation studies, and technology

We will be providing refreshments after the talks to encourage more
discussion with the speakers and also between the attendees.  If you
have any suggestions, even the names of potential speakers, please let
us know.  The seminars are open to staff on campus, and the general


Current Timetable: November-December 1999

Tuesday 2nd November 
Multiparameter imaging of gene expression and cell fate.
Dr Mike White, School of Biological Sciences, University Of Liverpool

Tuesday 16th November 
Selecting the most informative DNA fragments for microarrays.
Dr Keith Vass, Beaton Institute for Cancer Research, CRC Beatson
Laboratories, Glasgow

Tuesday 23rd November 
Modelling helical trans-membrane proteins - from sequence to structure
with help of experimental information.
Dr Pawel Herzyk, Dept.  Of Chemistry, University Of York

Tuesday 30th November 
Identification of Plasminogen related growth factor receptors in Fugu.
Amanda Cottage, Dept.  Of Pathology, University Of Cambridge

Tuesday 7th December 
PAX6 in disease, development and evolution.
Dr Veronica van Heyningen, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh

Tuesday 14th December 
A first view of the Repertoire of Immunoglobulin Superfamily Proteins in
Caenorhabditis elegans.
Dr Sarah Teichmann, Structural Studies Division, MRC LMB, Cambridge


Seminars are at 4pm and are located on the Hinxton Genome Campus in
rooms 209/210.  (Location: http://www.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk/About/location.html)

Refreshments will be provided immediately after the seminar. 

If you would like to talk to a seminar speaker, please contact Mrs
Cheryl Hagger by post or

Tel: +44 (0)1223 494512 
Fax: +44 (0)1223 494511 
e-mail: C.Hagger at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk 


Further Details: http://www.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk/About/Seminars/

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