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Alfonso's 2020 Research in Genetics Talk

last modified Dec 16, 2020 02:25 PM
For many years Alfonso Martinez-Arias has been at the heart of the Developmental Biology community in Cambridge, first in Zoology and for the past 20 years in Genetics. Throughout his time here he has pushed the boundaries of fundamental biology, driven by the question of how cells make choices. First with the fly then more recently through the powerful mammalian stem cell gastruloid system his group developed. While we are sad to see him leave Cambridge, he will always be a part of our scientific community and we wish him well. At our annual Research in Genetics day this year we were very pleased to hear a talk from Alfonso on his research journey and some personal reflections on what is important when thinking about science. Alfonso has been an incredible mentor, nurturing young scientists at the start of their careers and leaving a legacy which he should be incredibly proud of. The Department is happy to share this talk with you - I’m sure you will enjoy it as much as we all did.
Bon voyage Alfonso