DanStem seminar by Emma Rawlins – University of Copenhagen

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05 December 2014

DanStem seminar by Emma Rawlins

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Dr Emma Rawlins, Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, is one of the first people to use modern genetic techniques to study mouse lung stem cells and has been instrumental in identifying several stem cell populations.

Emma Rawlins is an MRC Career Development Fellow. She obtained her PhD in developmental biology from the University of Edinburgh where she worked with Prof. Andrew Jarman. Her postdoctoral training was at Duke University Medical School, North Carolina, USA in the lab of Prof. Brigid Hogan. This was where she first worked on mouse lung stem cells. She was one of the first people to use modern genetic techniques to study mouse lung stem cells and has been  instrumental in identifying several stem cell populations.

Title: Building and maintaining the lung epithelium

Time: 10 December 2014, 12:00
Place: CPR Seminar room Panum Building 6, 2nd floor

Organizer: Prof. Anne Grapin-Botton, DanStem


To fine out more about DanStem seminars, please see our seminars plan for 2014 and for 2015