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Biomedical Science Seminars 

This seminar series aims to showcase exciting research from external speakers working in the biomedical sciences. This includes immunology, infectious and non-infectious disease, with ranges from molecules to the whole organism. Talks are attended by academic staff, researchers, post-graduate students and are open to undergraduates who may be interested.

The weekly seminar series is run by the Department of Biology on Fridays (1pm) throughout the academic term in K018. Please contact James Hewitson or Gelayol Holme with speaker suggestions or questions.


Saving your bacon: Tackling the other global outbreak

1.00PM, B/K018, Dianna Bowles Theatre

Dr Amanda Warr, the Roslin Institute, Edinburgh


Genetic manipulation of stem cell derived red blood cells: dissecting the role of host receptor context and cytoskeletal disruption in malaria parasite invasion

1.00PM, B/K018, Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre

Dr Tim Satchwell (School of Biochemistry - University of Bristol)