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Seminar series

Redwood Seminar
Paul Spencer Lecture Theatre, Redwood Building

We hold a number of different events during the academic year, including regular seminar series every Wednesday afternoon for staff and students.

Research seminar programme - autumn/winter 2019

  • Venue: Redwood Building, lecture theatre 2.60
    (Paul Spencer Lecture Theatre)
  • Time: 14:00 (unless otherwise stated)
DateSpeakerTitleHost

03/10/2019

Thursday

Professor David Goulson (Professor of Biology (Evolution, Behaviour and Environment), University of Sussex)

The Garden Jungle: How to Save our Insects – 3pm START

Miss J Jenkins

09/10/2019

Professor Alessio Ciulli (School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee)

Targeted protein degradation with small molecules: How PROTACs work

Dr Y Mehellou

16/10/2019

Dr Mariah Lelos (School of Biosciences, Cardiff University)

Cell Therapies for Parkinson’s Disease: Challenges and Successes in The Path to the Clinic

Dr Y Mehellou

23/10/2019

Professor David Leigh (School of Chemistry, University of Manchester)

Making the Tiniest Machines

Dr Y Mehellou
30/10/2019

Professor Matthias Eberl (School of Medicine, Cardiff University)

Local unconventional T cell responses in acute infection: protection versus tissue damageDr S Ferla
06/11/2019

Professor Graciela Andrei (Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Transplantation, KH Leuven)

Resistance to Antiviral DrugsProf AT Jones
13/11/2019

Dr Caterina Garone (University of Bologna)

Mitochondrial nucleotides pool in health and diseaseDr Y Mehellou
20/11/2019

Professor Sir Phillip Cohen (MRC Protein Phosphorylation Unit, University of Dundee)

Kinase inhibitors; major drugs for the 21st centuryMiss O Lambourne & Mr A Voisey
27/11/2019

Dr Elsa Anes (Faculdade de Farmácia, Lisbon, Portugal)

Exploiting innate immunity as host directed therapeutic strategies for Tuberculosis and HIV-coinfection.

Prof AT Jones
04/12/2019

Professor Khuloud Al-Jamal (Drug delivery Group, King’s College London)

Rationale Design of Nanocarriers for Brain and Cancer Targeting

Dr P Prokopovich
11/12/2019

Professor Simon Mackay (Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Strathclyde)

Targeting the mitotic spindle in cancer: the development of allosteric regulators

Prof AD Westwell