Epigenome Maintenance in Response to DNA Damage

Speaker:     Sophie Polo (University Paris Diderot) Subject:      New insights into epigenome maintenance in response to DNA damage by real-time tracking of histone dynamics in human cells Location:    Erasmus MC Rotterdam Date:           Wednesday, 15.06.2015 Author: Edgar Schönfeld The epigenome comprises a set of chemical modifications of the chromatin that regulate gene expression. It manifests itself in … Continue reading Epigenome Maintenance in Response to DNA Damage

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Synaptic origins of cerebellar disease

Speaker: Roy V. Sillitoe Department: Jan and Dan Duncan Neuroloigcal Research Institute Location: Erasmus MC Rotterdam Date: 06-06-2016 Author: Carolien Bastiaanssen In neurological movement disorders such as ataxia, dystonia, and tremor the patient suffers from involuntary muscle contractions. Roy Sillitoe and his colleagues aim to answer question such as how do circuits in the brain … Continue reading Synaptic origins of cerebellar disease

Synaptic origins of cerebellar disease

Speaker: Roy V. Sillitoe Department: Department of neuroscience Subject: Synaptic origins of cerebellar disease Location: Queridozaal (Erasmus MC) Date: 06-06-2016 Author: Kristian Blom At the sixth of July I visited a seminar given by Roy Sillitoe, assistant professor at the Baylor College of medicine in Houston. Roy Sillitoe’s major goal of research is to determine … Continue reading Synaptic origins of cerebellar disease