Institute of Biological and Biomedical Sciences

Events and Research Seminars

New Lunchtime Research Seminar Series

An essential part of IBBS is to facilitate communication of information and collaboration between internal and external researchers working in the areas of biomedical and biomolecular sciences.

Throughout the year the Institute of Biomedical and Biomolecular Science holds a popular series of seminars given by high profile speakers.

These seminars take on Wednesdays at 1pm in either the King Henry or St. Michael building lecture theatres. Refreshments are served immediately after the seminar, where you are invited to take the opportunity to talk with our guest speaker and colleagues.

Date Seminar venue Speaker Speaker institute Title
11 October 2017 KH 0.01 Dr Gregg Beckham National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Colorado Deconstructing plants and plastics with novel enzymes and microbes
8 November 2017 KH 0.01  Dr Andrew Dore Director of Crystallography Heptares Therapeutics Structural insights into the allosteric control of G protein-coupled receptor activity
29 November 2017 KH 0.01 Professor Bozena Kaminska Nencki Institute, Poland Genetics and Cell biology of glioblastoma
14 December 2017 SM 3.17 Professor Tremlett Faculty of Medicine (Neurology), University of British Columbia Vancouver Using population-based data linkages to investigate multiple sclerosis epidemiology (and potential application to the gut microbiome)
21 February 2018 SM 0.20

Dr Matt Winter

University of Exeter Profiling drug action in the vertebrate CNS: the combined power of light sheet microscopy and transgenic zebrafish
7 March 2018 KH 0.01

Professor Serrano

University of Madrid Caring for Neglected Tropical Diseases: from Bench to Market
21 March 2018 BB 4.05

Professor Robin Allaby

University of Warwick

Plant domestication: bottlenecks, mutation load and consequences

25 April 2018 KH 0.01

Professor Lomas

UCL 

Antitrypsin deficiency and the serpinopathies - tackling the tangles

23 May 2018 KH 0.01

Professor Paolo Caliceti

University of Padua, Italy

Supramolecular harnessed architectures for tunable drug targeting and release