AUTUMN SERIES 

15 September

XAVIER TREPAT

IBEC

Mechanobiology of epithelial folding and migration in intestinal organoids

29 September

ERICA HUTCHINS

Caltech

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

6 October

ANDREW CLARK

Institut Curie

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

13 October

LOTTE DE WINDE

University College London

Podoplanin drives dedifferentiation and amoeboid invasion of melanoma

20 October

HAMMED BADMOS

University of Liverpool

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

27 October

HAWA RACINE THIAM

NHLBI

Cellular Mechanisms Of NETosis: From Microvesicle Shedding To Extracellular DNA Release

10 November

CYNTHIA REINHART-KING

Vanderbilt University

TBC

17 November

MINNA ROH-JOHNSON

University of Utah

TBC

24 November

ERIK SAHAI

Francis Crick Institute

TBC

1 December

KANDICE TANNER

NCI/CCR

TBC

8 December

BRIAN STRAMER

King's College London

TBC

22 September

ANNA HUTTENLOCHER

University of Wisconsin

Cell migration in situ during wound repair

29 September

STEPHAN HUVENEERS

University of Amsterdam

Endothelial adhesions sense forces for angiogenesis

6 October

JOCELYN MCDONALD

Kansas State University

All together now: control of collective versus single cell migration by Protein Phosphatase 1

13 October

STEPHANIE WOO

UC Merced

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

20 October

KYRA CAMPBELL

University of Sheffield

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

27 October

KAREN KASZA

Columbia University

Linking cell shapes and cell properties to tissue flows during epithelial morphogenesis

17 November

JORGE BARBAAN

Institut Curie

TBC

24 November

HAMID MOHAMMADI

Francis Crick Institute

TBC

1 December

EMMANUEL DORNIER

Gustave Roussy

Cell clusters adopt a collective amoeboid mode of migration in confined non-adhesive environments

8 December

ANH PHUONG LE

National University of Singapore

Mechanical forces regulated by the cross-talk between cell-substate adhesion and cell-cell junction during cell extrusion

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