Professor Mary Herbert, Newcastle University
22 November 2018
Time: 1:00 - 2:00pm
Speaker: Professor Mary Herbert, Newcastle University
Venue: Fogg Lecture Theatre, G.E Fogg Building
In this organismal biology and biological and experimental psychology seminar, Mary Herbert, Professor of Reproductive Biology at Newcastle University will deliver a talk on 'Maternal inheritance - a tale of two genomes'.
As Professor of Reproductive Biology and Honorary Consultant Clinical Scientist, Mary leads a team of clinical and research scientists working side by side in a programme of basic, translational and clinical science.
The close integration of clinical and research teams is a cornerstone of the research programme in Professor Herbert's lab, which aims to advance knowledge in the biology of germ cells and early embryos with a view to improving the treatment and understanding of infertility and extending the scope of reproductive technologies to prevent transmission of disease.
This seminar is open to all.