The spring meeting of the Bloomsbury Centre for Skeletal Research will be held at the Guy’s campus of KCL at London Bridge on Wednesday 29th March from 17:00 onwards. The local organiser is Professor Agi Grigoriadis.
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17:00 Welcome – Agi Grigoriadis (KCL)
17:10 Genomic analysis of sarcomas – Adrienne Flanagan (UCL-RNOH)
17:35 Skeletal dysplasias: molecular insights to novel therapies – Melita Irving (KCL)
18:00 Vesicular trafficking in bone homeostasis – Gudrun Stenbeck (Brunel)
18:20 Bone fracture pain – Ran Magnusdottir (RVC)
18:30 How do ions released from implant materials affect the function of primary osteoblasts and osteoclasts? – Yutong (Amy) Li (UCL)
18:40 Networking reception – 28th floor Guy’s Tower (generously supported by UCB)
The venue is the Harris Lecture Theatre in the Hodgkin Building at Guy’s.
The Hodgkin Building is coloured in orange (letter G) on the attached map.
New Investigators’ get-together
Natural History Museum, Friday 27th January 2017
The first meeting of the Bloomsbury Centre for Skeletal Research was held at the Royal Veterinary College in Camden Town on Wednesday 30th November 2016 from 17:00 – 19:30.
17:00 Welcome – Tim Arnett (UCL)
17:10 Mechanism of the inhibitory action of sclerostin on bone – David Ke (UCB Pharma)
17:35 On the extent to which things mayn’t be as deemed in bones and Bloomsbury – Alan Boyde (QMUL)
18:00 The craniofacial skeleton: not just another bone – Karen J Liu (KCL)
18:15 Developmental plasticity in the skeletons of moving embryos – Andrea Pollard (Imperial)
18:25 Stem cells for the treatment of skeletal disorders – Anna Maria Ranzoni (UCL)
18:35 Networking reception (generously supported by UCB)