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The BYG includes a number of labs that use yeast (mostly S. cerevisiae and/or S. pombe) as working model.
On the last Wednesday of alternate months, the BYG meets at the PRBB. There, a member, preferably a student or postdoc, gives a talk on her/his work. The main purpose of these talks is to discuss ongoing projects with colleagues and to introduce yeast to a wider scientific community.
BYG talks are open and we encourage students and postdocs to participate. Usually they are at 6 pm at a room to be announced.
It is not possible to advance the full schedule for 2020. The laboratories expected to present are (in this order):
Talk II – Mechanisms of pre-mRNA Splicing (IBMB)
Talk III – Spatial Control of Cell Cycle Entry (IBMB)
As soon as it is feasible we will provide a more detailed program.
Please contact Josep Vilardell (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information.