Get Connected 5: Chrono-Matrix

Timing, timing, timing, the dynamics of cell-matrix interactions
Annual International Conference of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Matrix Research
16-18th September 2015, Manchester, UK

Keynote Speaker Talks

John O’Neill, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge
“Circadian regulation of actin dynamics and wound healing”.

Karl Kadler, Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell-Matrix Research, University of Manchester
“Surprising new observations about the circadian clock in tendon”.

Maria Dolores (Lola) Martin-Bermudo, Andalusian Centre for Developmental Biology, Sevilla, Spain
"Shaping and moving with Laminins".

Paul Potter, MRC Harwell, Oxfordshire
“ECM phenotypes from the Harwell Ageing Screen: novel mutant identification from age-related disease phenotypes”.

Andy Blanchard, GlaxoSmithKline Fibrosis Discovery Performance Unit, Stevenage
“Targeting Matrix for Therapeutic Benefit”.

Matthew Hardman, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester
“Skin ageing and wound healing”.

David Whitmore, Research Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, UCL, London
“Clocks in zebrafish cell lines: regulation of the cell cycle and motility".

Martha Merrow, Institute of Medical Psychology, Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich
“Cuticle meets clock: Developmental timing in C. elegans”.



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