Neural Stem Cells in Development and Disease

Organisers: Silvia Marino and Kate Storey

Date: 7th - 10th February 2010

Location: Wiston House, Steyning, West Sussex, UK

This inter-disciplinary meeting brought together clinicians investigating cancers and developmental defects of the CNS and researchers working on the regulation of neural progenitor cells in invertebrate and vertebrate contexts.

The Workshop aimed to define similarities/differences between cellular and molecular mechanisms regulating neural progenitor cells in developing, adult and cancerous tissue and to increase understanding of how cancer stem cells and neural developmental defects arise.

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Neural Stem Cells in Development and Disease

 7th – 10th February 2010

Wiston House, Steyning, West Sussex, UK

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