2019-2020 Seminars

2019-2020 Seminars

2019-2020 Seminars

2019-2020 Seminars

This year, our seminar series is organised by Dr Tom Moore and Yvonne Brennan (Admin). 

Please check this page every week from September for news of our 2019-2020 seminars.

 

2019-2020 School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology Seminar Series. SEMINAR TITLE: Fibronectin matrix formation by fibroblasts and platelets: new insights enabled by super-resolution microscopy. SEMINAR SPEAKERS: Dr Ingmar Schoen, Research Lecturer, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). VENUE AND DATE: Biosciences Institute (BSI) Seminar Room 1.13 @ 1.00pm Tuesday 23rd March 2020. ACADEMIC HOST: Dr Paul Young.

Fibronectin matrix formation by fibroblasts and platelets: new insights enabled by super-resolution microscopy

Dr Ingmar Schoen, Research Lecturer, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI)

Biosciences Institute (BSI) Seminar Room 1.13 
Tuesday, 23rd March 2020 @ 1.00 pm

Academic host: Dr Paul Young

 

2019-2020 School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology Seminar Series.  SEMINAR TITLE: Putting the breaks on Intestinal Inflammation: microRNA targets & therapeutics.  SEMINAR SPEAKERS: Dr Eoin McNamee, Assistant Professor & Principal Investigator, Department of Biology, Maynooth University.  VENUE AND DATE: Western Gateway Building WGB G03 @ 1.00pm Tuesday 31st March 2020. ACADEMIC HOST: Professor Pasha Baranov.

Putting the breaks on Intestinal Inflammation: microRNA targets & therapeutics

Dr Eoin McNamee, Assistant Professor & Principal Investigator, Department of Biology, Maynooth University

Western Gateway G03 
Tuesday, 31st March 2020 @ 1.00 pm

Academic host: Professor Pasha Baranov

 

2019-2020 School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology Seminar Series.  SEMINAR TITLE: Getting a grip:  Exploiting proteins involved in host-cell attachment as vaccine antigens for bacterial pathogens.  SEMINAR SPEAKERS: Professor Siobhán McClean, Associate Professor, Head of Biochemistry, School of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science, University College Dublin. VENUE AND DATE: Cavanagh Pharmacy Building LG52 @ 1.00pm Wednesday 5th February 2020.

Getting a grip:  Exploiting proteins involved in host-cell attachment as vaccine antigens for bacterial pathogens

Professor Siobhán McClean, Associate Professor, Head of Biochemistry, School of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science, University College Dublin

Cavanagh Pharmacy LG52
Wednesday, 5 February 2020 @ 1.00 pm

Academic host: Dr Anne Moore

 

2019-2020 School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology Seminar Series.  SEMINAR TITLE: Dynamics and heterogeneity of mRNA translation. SEMINAR SPEAKER: Dr Marvin Tanenbaum, Group Leader of SunTag, Hubrecht Institute, The Netherlands. VENUE AND DATE: Western Gateway G15 @ 12.00pm Friday 4 October 2019. ACADEMIC HOST: Professor Pasha Baranov.

Dynamics and heterogeneity of mRNA translation

Dr Marvin Tanenbaum, Group Leader of SunTag, Hubrecht Institute, The Netherlands

Western Gateway G15
Friday, 4 October 2019 @ 1.00 pm

Academic host: Professor Pasha Baranov

 

2019-2020 School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology Seminar Series. SEMINAR TITLE: Roles of Polyamines in Translation (too much of a good thing). SEMINAR SPEAKER: Dr Ivaylo Ivanov, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA. VENUE AND DATE: Western Gateway 1.06 @ 1.00pm Tuesday 10 September 2019. ACADEMIC HOST: Dr Gary Loughran.

Roles of Polyamines in Translation (too much of a good thing)

Dr Ivaylo Ivanov, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA

Western Gateway 1.06
Tuesday, 10 September 2019 @ 1.00 pm

Academic host: Dr Gary Loughran

 

 

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