School of Life Sciences Seminar Series

Seminars are from 1pm to 2pm in the Huxley Building room 005 and are advertised via posters around the Huxley building and the upcoming schedules are posted here within each semester.  All are welcome to attend, including undergraduate students.

slide For further information or suggestions for speakers please contact Mirna Mourtada or Helen Price


  • January 31 Maria Florencia Lacaruso from Oxford University

Functional organization of neuronal circuits underlying perception and behaviour


  • Thursday 8th  Nicky Gilbert-    HCPC Registered Dietitian & Registered Sport and Exercise Nutritionist

The BDA Work Ready campaign - promoting health and productivity in the workplace

  • Thursday 22nd    Dr Stanislaw Glazewski–Keele University - POSTPONED

 Why do we sleep?


  • Thursday 1st   Prof. Richard Wall – Bristol University

The changing distribution of ticks and tick borne pathogens in Europe - CANCELLED due to weather conditions.

  • Wednesday  14th Dr Evaggelia Liaskou- Birmingham University

Gut and liver cross talk in patients with primary sclerosing cholangitis - CANCELLED due to industrial action

  • Friday 23rd   Dr Gavin  D Tempest – Stanford  University

Shining light on the neurobiology of exercise: From Keele to California


  • Thursday 19th   Dr. Alexander  Taylor- MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Beyond DNA and RNA: Synthetic Genetic Polymers

  • Wednesday 25th   Prof.  Richard Bayliss- University of Leeds

Dynamics and disorder in kinases and their binding partners


  • Tuesday 1st May 1pm Dr Evaggelia Liaskou,

Low dose IL-12 and the differentiation of Treg cells into Th1-like cells in autoimmune liver disease

  • Thursday 3rd May 2pm Dr Ash Toye - University of Bristol (please note the later time)

Growing blood cells for therapeutics and as models for studying disease


Archived seminars can be found below:

CAEP Seminars

CMM Seminars

Brains for Breakfast Seminars