This week we are very excited to start a project supported by a Carnegie Collaborative Award. This award will allow us to apply state-of-the-art technologies to the analysis of candidate genes for neurodevelopmental disorders. The project will combine our work in molecular biology with cell imaging (John Lucqoq, St Andrews) and proteomics approaches (Toby Hurd, University of Edinburgh). We would like to thank the Carnegie Trust for the support. Watch this space for updates!
Silvia was invited to give a talk at a meeting organised by f-Tales (Flanders Training Network Life Science) aim at the discussing research in functional non-coding genomic regions. The event took place in the beautiful city of Gent, 15-16 September.