We are pleased to invite you to this month’s evo-devo themed YEN Seminar hosted by King’s College London on the 27th April at 4.30 pm.


Dr Thomas Butts (Queen Mary, University of London) – “The complex developmental (and evolutionary) history of the trigeminal sensory system” and

Dr Neal Anthwal (King’s College London) – “Breakdown of Meckel’s cartilage provides clues to the evolution of mammals”

Location: King’s College London, Tower Wing, Guy’s Hospital, SE1 9RT, Tower Lecture Theatre, 30th Floor

Drinks and snacks to follow


By tube: the nearest tube station is London Bridge (Northern and Jubilee lines), 1 minute walk

By bus: Buses stopping in Tooley Street: 47. Buses stopping at London Bridge Station: 21 (24 hour), 43 (24 hour), 48, 149 (24 hour), 343 (24 hour), 381, N381, 521. Buses stopping at Borough High Street: 21 (24 hour), 35 (24 hour), 40, 47, 133 (24 hour).

By train: the nearest train station is London Bridge station, 1 minute walk

Parking: There is a cycle park on the campus and limited pay and display car park at the Guy’s Campus, and Western Street, St Thomas Street and Snowsfield.

For further information contact: maja.sabalic@kcl.ac.uk or emily.lu@kcl.ac.uk,

Please confirm your attendance here.

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