Loss of Central Inhibition Leads to Neuropathic Pain in Drosophila

Description

Greg completed his PhD in human immunology at the University of Calgary, Canada and then a post doc in functional genomics at IMBA in Vienna Austria. Since 2010 Greg has run a functional genomics lab in Sydney Australia, first at the Garvan Institute, then since 2015 at the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney. His lab uses functional genomics approaches (fruit fly or whole genome CRISPR) to identify new genes that may play a role in human disease. In recent years, his team has focused on identify new genes that regulate lifespan, age-related cognitive decline, taste and hunger, cell death, and pain perception. In this seminar Greg will present his recent work studying neuropathic pain mechanisms in fruit flies.

Date & time

1–2pm 3 August 2017

Location

Slatyer Seminar Room, D.A. Brown Building (Bldg 47), Daley Road, ANU

Speakers

Associate Professor Greg Neely, The Charles Perkins Centre - The University of Sydney

Contacts

 Rowena Martin
 61 (0) 2 6197 0051

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