Seminar

2024

Building Abbreviations
 
Area 39 (Lo Kwee-Seong Integrated Biomedical Sciences Building)
BMS (Choh-Ming Li Basic Medical Sciences Building)
CKH (Ching Kai Hall, Basic Medical Sciences Building)
ELB (Esther Lee Building, Sin Wai Kin Hall)
LHC (Y.C. Liang Hall)
LSB (Lady Shaw Building)
LSK (Lee Shau Kee Building)
MMW (Mong Man Wai Building)
SC (Science Centre)
YIA (Yasumoto International Academic Park) 
 

 

Date Time Venue Meeting Link
Speaker          
  Seminar Title
   Organizer
18 Apr 2024 1215-1315

Rm 622
MMW

 

Prof. Shu-Miaw Chaw, Academia Sinica

  Evolution of mitochondrial RNA editing in gymnosperms   School of Life Sciences
15 Apr 2024 1145-1230

L4
SC

 

Dr. Scott Edmunds, Editor-in-Chief for GigaScience

  Democratising biodiversity and genomics research: open science to build trust and fill the data gaps   School of Life Sciences
11 Apr 2024 1100-1200

LT2
LSK

 

Prof. Quan CHEN, Nankai University

  Molecular regulation of mitophagy and its implications in aging associated diseases   School of Life Sciences
11 Apr 2024 1600-1700

Rm G02
Area 39

 

Prof. WAN Chao, Associate Professor, School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  Lysosomal cathepsin D as a modulator for bone and cartilage homeostasis   School of Biomedical Sciences
28 Mar 2024 1130-

LT2
LSK

 

Dr. Yick Hin LING, Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Biology, Johns Hopkins University, USA

  How does RNA Polymerase II Find a Gene? Single-Molecule Insights into RNAPII Target Search and Transcription Regulation in Living Cells   School of Life Sciences
27 Mar 2024 1600-1700

Rm G02
Area 39

 

Dr. Hovy Wong, McGill University, Canada

  Local protein synthesis in axons sustains synapse-specific neurotransmission   Gerald Choa Neuroscience Institute
21 Mar 2024 1600-1700

Rm G02
Area 39

 

Prof. GU Shen Linda, Assistant Professor, School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  Monoallelic variation in DHX9 underlies neurodevelopment disorders and beyond   School of Biomedical Sciences
7 Mar 2024 1600-1700

Rm G02
Area 39

 

Prof. Bin ZHOU, Professor, New Cornerstone Investigator, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences

  Application of New Lineage Tracing Techniques in Tissue Regeneration   School of Biomedical Sciences
7 Mar 2024 1400-1500

Rm G02
Area 39

 

Prof. Yu FU, Senior Principal Investigator, Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB), Agency for Science Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore

  Decoding Tuberal Nucleus Feeding Regulation Circuits   School of Biomedical Sciences
7 Mar 2024 1100-1200

Rm 297
SC

 

Prof. Ye Tian, Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

  Neuronal control of mitochondrial stress response: Implications for aging and health   School of Life Sciences
28 Feb 2024 1600-1700

Rm G02
Area 39

 

Dr. Christy Hung, Alzheimer’s Research UK Senior Fellow, University College London (UCL) and the Francis Crick Institute, UK

  Human Stem Cell Models of Neurodegenerative Diseases   Gerald Choa Neuroscience Institute & The Chinese University of Hong Kong
22 Feb 2024 1500-1600

L1
SC

 

Prof. Sharon A. Tooze, The Francis Crick Institute, UK

  The role of ATG9A in autophagy and lysosome homeostasis   School of Life Sciences
29 Jan 2024 1130-1230

L4
SC

 

Professor Evan MILLER, College of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, USA

  Electrophysiology: Unplugged. Chemical Tools to Measure and Monitor Membrane Potentials in Living Cells   School of Life Sciences and Department of Physics
19 Jan 2024 1530-1630

LT3
SC

 

Professor Weibo Cai, Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor of Radiology and Medical Physics, University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA

  Molecular Imaging, Nanobiotechnology, and Theranostics   School of Life Sciences and Department of Biomedical Engineering
11 Jan 2024 1100-1200

LT2
LSK

 

Prof. NI Tao, School of Biomedical Sciences, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong

  Towards in situ high-resolution cryo-electron tomography   School of Life Sciences
4 Jan 2024 1600-1700 Rm G02
Area 39
 

Prof. SO Kam Hei Karl, Research Assistant Professor, School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  Understanding neurosensory lineage specification in cranial placode development using single-cell multiome inferred gene regulatory networks   School of Biomedical Sciences