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The Scottish TSE Network (STN) Annual Symposium

Models, Mechanisms & Resources

6th December 2016
The Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK

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Prof Maria Grazia Spillantini
The University of Cambridge, UK
The study of tau and α-synuclein pathology in vitro

Dr James Alibhai
The University of Edinburgh, UK
Human iPSC-derived neural cells in prion disease research

Dr Raymond Bujdoso
The University of Cambridge, UK
Measuring prion infectivity using PrP transgenic Drosophila

Dr Sam Jackson
NC3Rs, London, UK
The work of the NC3Rs

Dr Selina Wray
University College London, UK
Modelling tauopathies using human stem cell derived neurons

Prof Surachai Supattapone
Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth, USA
Cell-free conversion systems as models of prion replication

Prof Colin Smith
The University of Edinburgh, UK
The UK Brain Banks Network: A national resource

Prof Nora Hunter
The Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK
Old diseases, new diseases: lessons from the Roslin Archive

Prof Tom Freeman
The Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, UK
Explorations of the transcriptional landscape associated with neurodegenerative disease

Prof Malcolm Macleod
The University of Edinburgh, UK
The intersection of scientific rigour and the 3Rs

Prof Richard Morimoto
Northwestern University, Chicago, USA
A chaperone network safeguards proteostasis in aging and disease

Bus Travel to Easter Bush from Edinburgh

Easter Bush Campus has a range of bus routes serving it, providing connections to key locations within Edinburgh City Centre and across the Lothians. The Campus is served directly by four Lothian Bus routes: the X15, some 37 services, the X47 (but not the 47) and the 67.

Other services operate along the A701 and A702, approximately 20 minutes' walk from the Campus. More information is available from the University's Transport and Parking Office.

For details of past seminars, please click here:
Seminars 2015, Seminars 2014, Seminars 2013, Seminars 2012, Seminars 2011, Seminars 2010, Seminars 2009, Seminars 2008, Seminars 2007, Seminars 2006, Seminars 2005

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