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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Wednesday 01 July 2009
Prof Art Horwich, Yale University School of Medicine and Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)
'Chaperone mechanism and involvement in a form of ALS'

Wednesday 27 May 2009
Dr Patrick Forterre, Pasteur Institute, Molecular Biology of Gene in Extremophiles Unit, France
'Archaea: a goldmine for evolutionists and molecular biologists'

Wednesday 20 May 2009
Prof John von der Oost, Wageningen University, Netherlands
'Small CRISPR RNAs guide immunity in Prokaryotes'

Monday 09 March 2009
Prof Keith Gull, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford
'The microtubule cytoskeleton revealed by Electron Microscope Tomography'

Tuesday 10 February 2009
Prof Sir Tom Blundell FRS, School of Biological Sciences, University of Cambridge
'Genomes, Structural Biology and Drug Discovery'

Wednesday 10 December 2008
Prof Tony Pugsley, Molecular Genetics Unit, Institut Pasteur, France
'Secretin; a really unusual outer membrane protein'

Monday 17 November 2008
Dr Michel Steinmetz, Structural Biology, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland
'Tracking the ends: a dynamic protein network controls the fate of microtubule tips'

Monday 13 October 2008
'Structural analysis of translational GTPases bound to the ribosome by cryo-electron microscopy'
Prof Christian Spahn, Institut für Medizinische Physik und Biophysik Charité - University of Berlin, Germany


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