Pouladi lab hosts Dr Wulin Teo (U Calgary)

Pouladi lab hosts Dr Wulin Teo (U Calgary)

Speaker: Dr Wulin Teo
Post-doctoral fellow, Peter Stys lab, Hotchkiss Brain Institute, U of Calgary

Title: Analysis of myelin lipid changes using Nile red spectral microscopy

Date: Wednesday, 10 July 2019

Time: 11.00am – 12.00pm

Venue: Immunos Level 5, Meeting Room 5.02
8A Biomedical Grove, 138648

Kagistia and Amin win travel awards to the ISN and IBRO meetings

Congrats to Kagistia Hana Utami and Amin Ziaei for winning travel awards to attend the International Society for Neurochemistry meeting in Montreal (August 4-8, 2019).

And another big congrats to Kagistia for winning a travel award to attend the 10th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience to be held in South Korea Sept 21-25!

The Pouladi lab hosts the inaugural UniStem Day Singapore

The Pouladi lab hosts the inaugural UniStem Day Singapore

On March 15, the Pouladi lab (TLGM) organised the inaugural UniStem Day Singapore, hosting secondary school students for a day of outreach. Students were introduced to a range of neuroscience methods. Drs. Mahmoud Pouladi (TLGM) and Judy Sng (NUS) coordinated the day.

UniStem Day is an event aimed at promoting a scientific culture among young generation starting from the wonders and issues surrounding stem cell research. On UniStem Day, in one single day, 35,000 students are gathered in different universities with the opportunity to listen and learn from the best experts on stem cells in the World. Among the participating countries this year are Austria, Australia, Colombia, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden. The event, launched in 2009 at Milan University, promotes a unified vision of science and the importance of study and culture for all citizens.

Photos from the event are available here: https://www.sfn.sg/student-visit-to-tglm/

Mahmoud presents at MGH's Neuroscience Seminar Series

Mahmoud presents at MGH's Neuroscience Seminar Series on Tuesday November 13, 2018 at 11.30am. His talked is titled: “Modeling Fragile X Syndrome in human neurons: towards disease insights and therapeutic opportunities”.

Costanza's been selected to give an oral presentation at the ANS

Costanza Ferrari Bardile’s abstract on the aetiology of white matter pathology in Huntington disease has been selected for an oral presentation at the 38th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society (ANS) in Brisbane. Congrats!