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|9:30–10:05||Dwight Bergles (Baltimore, USA): Live imaging of glia|
|10:05–10:40||Rory Duncan (Edinburgh, UK): Super resolution microscopy|
|11:10–11:45||David Lyons (Edinburgh, UK): Zebrafish fish glial biology|
|11:45–12:20||Klaus Nave (Göttingen, Germany): Axoglial interactions and myelination|
|12:20–12:55||David Rowitch (San Francisco, USA and Cambridge, UK): Astrocytes|
|14:00–14:35||Veronique Miron (Edinburgh, UK): Microglia: the architects of the central nervous system in health and disease|
|14:35–15:10||Steve Goldman (Rochester, USA and Copenhagen, Denmark): iPS cells to study glia and glial diseases|
|15:40–16:15||Steve Pollard (Edinburgh, UK): Glial tumours and cancer stem cells|
|16:15–16:50||Anna Williams (Edinburg, UK): Remyelination|
* A cèilidh (Scottish Gaelic pronunciation: [ˈkʲʰeːli]) is a traditional Scottish gathering involving playing Gaelic folk music and dancing, either at a house party or a larger concert at a social hall or other community gathering place.
Students and PhD students who attend the Introductory Course and/ or the main Glia meeting, don't miss the Student Ceilidh on Friday, July 7, after the Introductory Course! For more information please click here.