The programme for the 96th Scottish Skin Biology Club meeting being held on Thursday 14th December in the Department of Dermatology (Level 8) at Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, Dundee is here! All presenting authors are listed below. start end 10:00 10:40 Coffee … Continue reading
The 96th Scottish Skin Biology Club will be held on 14th December 2017 Department of Dermatology at Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, Dundee from 11 am – 3 pm and will feature Professor Edel O’ Toole presenting work on “Type VII collagen, skin fragility and skin cancer” This is … Continue reading
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11.00 – 11.20 Jasbani Dayal (Dundee) Multiclonality in drug resistant cSCC using high-throughput analysis of karyotypic heterogeneity’ 11.20 – 11.40 Ahmad Alboulshi (GCU) A role for connexin signalling in inflammatory disorders of epidermis 11.40 – 12.00 Ronan McLellan (Edinburgh) … Continue reading
The summer meeting will be on the 29th of May in Glasgow. Please look out for a call for abstracts! Prof Mike Olsen will be the guest speaker at this meeting. All the best, Kim.
Next meeting is Thursday 21st November 2013 Please let Trisha <Patricia.Martin@gcu.ac.uk> know if you plan to attend and present a talk by Friday 8th November. Thanks!
For more details click the link bellow: http://www.scottishmicroscopygroup.org.uk/Symposium/SMG_symposim.html
Laurent Gagnoux-Palacios from Institut Biologie Valrose is the guest speaker for our next meeting. Please see “next meeting” section in our website for details.
The Diabetes Research group at Glasgow Caledonian have a Skin Research Tissue Bank available. Please go to ‘Resources’ on the menu bar for details. If anyone has any other useful resources for skin research please get in contact (K.Robinson@dundee.ac.uk)
The next meeting will be on the 21st November in Dundee. Please look out for a call for abstracts! Best wishes, Kim.
The SSBC holds two meetings per year, typically on the last Thursday of May and November. These times are chosen to be a complementary as possible to the clinical commitments of the medical fraternity. The attendees are mainly scientists, vets … Continue reading