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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.

Fri
22
Oct

The life and times of macrophages: only the good die young?

1.00PM, In-person, B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Dr Stephen Jenkins (University of Edinburgh)

Fri
5
Nov

“Directing cell function decisions by RNA cap regulation”

1.00PM, In-person B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Professor Victoria Cowling (University of Dundee)

Fri
12
Nov

O-GlcNAc and immune responses

1.00PM, Online, via Zoom

Dr Bart Everts (Leiden University Medical Centre, Netherlands)

Fri
19
Nov

The bare essentials: searching for patterns in parasite genome

1.00PM, In-person, B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Dr Andrew P. Jackson, University of Liverpool

Fri
26
Nov

Dynamics of the cutaneous mediator lipidome

1.00PM, In-person B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre) and online

Professor Anna Nicolaou (University of Manchester)

Fri
3
Dec

Living with a million-year long infection

1.00PM, Zoom

Dr George Kassiotis (The Francis Crick Institute)