MILNER SEMINAR SERIES ONLINE

Monthly online talks from academics and industry scientists, highlighting advances in disease understanding and therapeutic approaches

Please see the poster below for details of confirmed speakers so far, and remember to check back for updates. You can access our previous talks and Q&A sessions at the links further down this page.

If you have any questions, please email events@milner.cam.ac.uk

Latest talk

 

Thank you very much to Manav for giving the last Milner Online Seminar of the year! You can now view a recording of Manav’s talk at the link below.

Manav Pathania, CRUK Cambridge Centre
17th December, 1pm GMT
“Developing New Mouse Models of Mutant Histone-Driven Paediatric Gliomas”

View Recording
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Milner Seminars Online Talks
will be live at 1 – 2pm, followed by a Q&A

 

Thursday 25th February, 1pm
Elena di Daniel, Astex
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Thursday 25th March, 1pm
Mike Murphy, MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit
Title to follow

Thursday 29th April, 1pm
Fiona Gribble, Wellcome MRC Institute of Metabolic Science
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Thursday 27th May, 1pm
Chris Torrance, Phoremost
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Download the full programme here.

Previous Seminars

Jason Carroll (Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute)
4th June 2020

The Talk:
“Mechanisms of estrogen receptor activity in breast cancer”
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*Please note that the sound glitching midway through this recording quickly resolves*

The Q&A:
Click here »

Waradon Sungnak (Wellcome Sanger Institute), 7th May 2020

The Talk:
“Single-Cell Transcriptomics Analysis of SARS-CoV-2 Entry Factors”
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The Q&A:
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Mike Stratton (Wellcome Sanger Institute), 22nd Oct, 2020

The Talk and Q&A:
“The Wellcome Sanger Institute’s Scientific Plans 2021 – 2026
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Robin Franklin (Wellcome MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute), 21st May 2020

The Talk:
“Myelin regeneration in the CNS: reversing the ravages of time”
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The Q&A:
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Mathew Garnett (Wellcome Sanger Institute), 23rd April 2020

The Talk:
Functional genomic approaches to guide cancer drug discovery”

The Q&A:
Click here »

Mike Romanos (Microbiotica), 26th November 2020

The Talk and Q&A:
Precision Microbiome Science Enables Best in Class Therapeutics
 

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