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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 – winter/spring 2019

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

23/01/2019

Dr Tom McDonald (University of Liverpool)

Designing in situ forming implants for long-acting drug delivery

Dr B Newland

30/01/2019

Prof Ben Forbes (Kings College London)

15.00 start

Adverse lung responses to inhaled medicines and how to avoid them

Dr G Taylor

06/02/2019

Dr Paul Russell (DSTL Porton Down)

Spies, Lies but no Naked Thighs - Dealing with Nerve Agent in a Quintessential English City

Prof L Baillie

13/02/2019

Prof Nicola Tirelli (Italian Institute of Technology, Genova, Italy)

Hyaluronic acid as a targeting agent. The interesting and the head-scratching facts.

Prof AT Jones

20/02/2019

Prof Ann Ager (School of Medicine, Cardiff University)

SEMINAR CANCELLED
Getting T cells to the right place at the right time

SEMINAR CANCELLED

27/02/2019

Prof Patrick Eyers (University of Liverpool)

Understanding and responding to drug-resistance in cancer cells

Dr Y Mehellou

06/03/2019

Prof Dame Lesley Fallowfield (Brighton & Sussex Medical School)

14.30 start

For services to psycho-oncology: psycho what?Dr L Hughes
13/03/2019

Prof Angela Casini (School of Chemistry, Cardiff University)

The beauty of gold: a journey from molecular to supramolecular inorganic chemistry for biomedical applicationsProf AT Jones
20/03/2019

Dr Sam Butterworth (The University of Manchester)

The Synthesis and Evaluation of CCL2 Conjugates

Dr Y Mehelloul
27/03/2019

Dr Ute Jungwirth (University of Bath)

Interrogating the role of cancer-associated fibroblasts in breast cancer progressionProf AT Jones
03/04/2019

Dr Virginia Arechavala-Gomeza (Bizkaia Health Research Institute, Bilbao, Spain)

14.15 start

Developing RNA treatments for rare diseases: much more than finding a new drugProf AT Jones
10/04/2019

Prof Maura Marinozzi (Universita Degli Studi Di Perugia, Perugia, Italy)

Liver X Receptor (LXR) modulation meets immunotherapy: a still young, but already promising medicinal chemistry projectDr F Pertusati