Silvia and Kerry will present the latest results of our research at ESHG 2014 in Milan, 31 May-3 June. Kerry is supported by a travel grant from St Andrews University.
Today I have lost one of my mentors. I was about to tell Jure how proud he would have been of the week-end which I spent partying with the group. Anyone stepping into Jure’s lab will understand why I am saying this. It hurts so much to be writing these lines instead. Jure has been such an inspirational person, shaping my career and my attitude towards life. He is the person that made me love working in a lab and taught me that science is fun. I will miss Jure a lot, and I will always feel lucky for being assigned to his lab when I was an undergraduate student during that 1997 Danish summer, which was so important to me.
CEREBRAL ASYMMETRY AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT: ARE THEY LINKED AND IF SO HOW?
15 May 2014, 1:00 PM
Lecture theatre, School of Medicine
We are delighted Dorothy is visitng St Andrews and is giving a seminar.
Abstract: We know that language function in the human brain is usually lateralized to the left hemisphere, but we don’t know how Continue reading