Many congratulations Rebeca for succesfully defending your PhD thesis! And many thanks to the examinars Dr Gareth Miles (internal) and Prof Richard Wade-Martins (University of Oxford); and special mention to Angela who made it possible to celebrate with proper Italian baking.
We are inviting applications for a fully funded PhD project aimed at dissecting the genetics of human handedness. For informal inquiries please contact Silvia (firstname.lastname@example.org) and for more information see the full advert.
Last week Angela Martinelli, currently a research assistant in our group about to start her PhD with us took part to the Firbush Scientific Retreat organised every year by the BSRC. This is an excellent way to speak about science in a relaxed environment, surrounded by the beautiful Scottish landscape. Continue reading
Next week (10-13 April) we will showcase our research at BNA 2017, Birmingham!!! Silvia will present at a symposium dedicated to the latest advances in the field of language genetics (Tuesday at 13.20).
We have two posters on brain imaging (P-M142; P-W133) discussing the work we are doing in collaboration with Joel Talcott’s group. These will be presented by Diandra Brkic and Gloria Romagnoli, both based at Aston University.
See you there!
Silvia will host a seminar by Chris McManus on 9th March, 1-2Pm, Seminar Room 1
Why are most people right-handed but some are left-handed?
Abstract: Most people are right-handed, but about one in ten is left-handed. Handedness also relates Continue reading