Previous ISMB Seminars

ISMB seminars provide opportunities to hear world class researchers giving seminars at the ISMB. Since October 2010 ISMB seminars have taken place weekly throughout term time. These exciting new termly seminar series are organised around specific themes and are co-ordinated jointly by the Research Department of Structural Molecular Biology at UCL and the Department of Biological Sciences, Birkbeck.

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ISMB Mini-Symposium: 19, 20 and 21 May 2008

Monday 19 May 2008
'Electron tomography and image processing of vitreous sections of cells and tissues'
Dr Achilleas Frangakis, EMBL, Heidelberg

Tuesday 20 May 2008
'Structural basis for the regulated chaperone and protease activity of DegP'
Dr Tim Clausen, Research Institute of Molecular Pathology, Vienna

Wednesday 21 May 2008
'Protein Folding in the Cell: The role of molecular chaperones'
Dr Ulrich Hartl, Max Planck Institute, Germany

Wednesday 05 March 2008
'Extracellular regulation of the Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) receptor'
Prof Mark Lemmon, Dept of Biochemistry & Biophysics, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, USA

Wednesday 20 February 2008
'PNA-peptide conjugates as RNA targeting therapeutics'
Prof Mike Gait , LMB, Cambridge

Wednesday 13 February 2008
'The mystery of intracellular developmental programs and timers'
Prof Martin Raff, UCL LMCB, London

Wednesday 09 January 2008
'Getting in and out of mitosis'
Prof Sir Tim Hunt FRS, Cell Cycle Control Laboratory, London Research Institute

Monday 12 November 2007
'Structural analysis of the nuclear envelope by cryo-electron tomography'
Dr Ohad Medalia, The Ben-Gurion University, Israel

Monday 22 October 2007
'Structure, Function, Rescue of p53'
Professor Sir Alan Fersht, University of Cambridge and MRC Centre for Protein Engineering, Cambridge



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