The Graduate School Experimental Plant Sciences (EPS)


EPS Flying seminar “Underground networks” – Philip Benfey2018-10-01T14:26:19+01:00

EPS Flying seminar “Underground networks”

Venue: room C1.110
Speaker: Philip Benfey
Host: Femke de Jong

Philip Benfey studies the development of plant roots and root system architecture as a model system for understanding the regulation of developmental patterns of cell types more generally. His work is focusing on identifying and characterizing of the core molecular network required for the division and differentiation of a key stem cell population of the root. As well as on how new stem cell niches form for the production of lateral roots. In addition, his lab is working on developing new technology for analyzing gene expression and enhanced imaging modalities.

Philip will be at the UvA for the day and slots for an one-on-one meeting with him are available. The EPS postdoc council aims to enable postdocs and PhD students to meet with Philip. Therefore, we would especially like to invite postdocs and PhD students to join us for either lunch or dinner. If you are interested to either have a one-on-one meeting or joining us for lunch or dinner please let us known by contacting the host.

Are you unable to join us in Amsterdam? You can watch the seminar through our livestream!

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019
15:00 - 15:00
Science Park 904
Science Park 904, Amsterdam