Past Seminars

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Prof Jeffrey Fredberg

Harvard University

Geometry of cell jamming: New biology, surprising physics, and useful ideas about epithelial layers.

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Prof Brian Camley

John Hopkins

Rules of Contact Inhibition of Locomotion for Cells on Suspended Nanofibers

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David Bruekner

LMU Munich

Confined cell migration - a dynamical systems perspective

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Cecília G. Magalhães

Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas

Embryonic Surface Epithelia: Livelier than you thought!

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Prof Alessandra Cambi

Radboud UMC

Mech(n)anobiology of dendritic cells

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Prof Gregory Emery

University of Montreal

Coordinating contractile and propulsive forces during collective cell migration.

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Dr Mattia Serra

Harvard University

Dynamic morphoskeletons in development

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Prof Laura Machesky

University of Glasgow

Mechanosensing and metabolic demands in cancer cell migration

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Prof Daniel Cohen

Princeton University

Cellular Herding: programming collective cell migration in living tissues using bioelectric cues

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Prof Xavier Trepat

IBEC Barcelona

Mechanobiology of epithelial folding and migration in intestinal organoids

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Dr Erica Hutchins

California Instirute of Technology

Using live imaging of RNA to unravel the mechanisms of the neural crest epithelial—mesenchymal transition

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Dr Lotte de Winde

UCL

Podoplanin drives dedifferentiation and amoeboid invasion of melanoma

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Hammed Badmos

University of Liverpool

The requirement of non-stop/USP22 in Drosophila border cell migration

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Prof Robert Insall

University of Glasgow

Reverse chemotaxis - how can cells go backwards in a chemotactic gradient?

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Dr Anne Reversat

University of Liverpool

Cellular locomotion using environmental topography

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Daniel Boocock

IST Austria

Theory of mechano-chemical patterning and optimal migration in cell monolayers

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Prof Benoit Ladoux

Institut Jacques Monod

Active behaviors of cellular monolayers

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Prof Sandrine Etienne-Manneville

Institut Curie

Cytoskeletal crosstalk during cell migration

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Prof Denise Montell

UC Santa Barbara

What do cells do when they get where they are going?

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Prof Ming Guo

MIT

Biomechanical imaging of cells, extracellular matrix, and cancer invasion in 3D

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Dr Tim Fessenden

MIT

Focal Adhesion Stability Controls Tissue Invasion

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Dr Ricard Alert

Princeton University

From topological defects to fruiting bodies in colonies of migrating bacteria

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Prof Anna Huttenlocher

University of Wisconsin Madison

Cell migration in situ during wound repair

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Dr Andrew Clark

Institut Curie

Viscoelastic relaxation of collagen networks provides a self-generated polarity cue during collective migration

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Prof Stephanie Woo

University of California Merced

The early zebrafish endoderm as a model of mesenchymal-to-epithelial transitions

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Prof Sally Horne-Badovinac

University of Chicago

Going in circles gets you somewhere – signaling mechanisms that coordinate cell movements for epithelial migration.

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Prof Daria Siekhaus

IST Austria

Decreasing tension and increasing energy: what makes tissue invasion easier

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Dr Sudha Kumari

MIT

Cytoskeletal networks dictate migratory arrests in lymphocytes

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Dr Adrian Jacobo

Rockerfeller University

Cell migrations and symmetric organization of lateral-line sensory organs

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Dr Matthias Krause

KCL

Nance-Horan Syndrome-like 1 protein negatively regulates Scar/WAVE-Arp2/3 activity and inhibits lamellipodia stability and cell migration

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Prof Jacob Notbohm

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Tractions and Stress Fibers Control Cell Shape and Rearrangements in Collective Cell Migration

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Prof Nir Gov

Weizmann Institute

One dimensional cell motility patterns

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Dr Yelena Bernadskaya

New York University

Adhesive forces promote effective organization, movement, and leader/trailer cell state during collective cell migration

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Prof Pablo Saez

UKE Hamburg

Signal integration during leukocyte chemotaxis in complex microenvironments

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Prof Stephan Huveneers

University of Amsterdam

Sensing of forces through endothelial adhesions for collective migration and angiogenesis

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Prof Jocelyn McDonald

Kansas State University

Protein Phosphatase 1 controls collective versus single cell migration

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Prof Kyra Campbell

University of Sheffield

Making a midgut: mechanisms driving cell migration and MET during Drosophila midgut morphogenesis

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