Infection Research Area Seminars 2013/2014
19th September Prof Phil Whitfield, University of the Highlands and Islands
"The application of lipidomics to the study of Health and Disease”
3rd October Dr Nicola Stanley-Wall, University of Dundee
"Stop swimming to initiate stick down - Bacillus subtilis biofilms"
10th October Dr Nick Tucker, University of Strathclyde
“Comparative genomic and metabolomic analyses of Pseudomonas aeruginosa from the CF lung
reveal signatures of host adaptation”
24th October Prof Matthias Reuss, Science for Life Lab, Sweden
"Fluorescence microscopy beyond the diffraction barrier"
31st October Prof Herald Bruessow, Nestle
"Phage therapy of E.coli childhood diarrhea: from the laboratory into a clinical trial"
1st November Prof Jane Carlton, New York University
"Trich or Treat: the Population Genetics, Genomics, and Extraordinary Biology of Trichomonas
21st November Dr David Clarke, University of Cork
"The molecular mechanisms of virulence in adherent-invasive Escherichia coli"
23rd January 2014 Dr Kevin Read, University of Dundee
"Delivering New Drug Treatments for Diseases of the Developing World"
13th February Dr Gabriele Schoenian, Charite University Berlin
"Worldwide population structure and molecular evolution of the leishmania donovani complex"
20th February Prof Duncan Maskell, University Cambridge
"Genomics to study pathogenic bacteria of farm animals"
27th February Prof Gary Ward, University of Vermont
"Small molecule inhibitors of host-pathogen interation and the tricky business of target
10th March Prof Gary Ward, University of Vermont
"Scientific publishing in the digital age: the search for better ways to communicate scientific
research and assess its impact"
18th March Dr Markus Ganter ,Harvard School of Public Health
"P falciparum cdc2-related protein kinase (CRK) 4 regulates DNA segregation at the onset of
20th March Prof Aras Kadioglu University of Liverpool
"In vivo models of pneumococcal carriage and invasive disease:understanding pathogenesis from
bacterium to host"
24th March Dr Angela Schwede, University of Cambridge
"The relation of cell surface coat integrity and growth rate bloodstream form Trypanosoma brucei"
27th March Dr Heather Allison, University of Liverpool
"Shiga toxin-encoding bacteriophages:Directors or passengers"
3rd April Dr Anders Hofer, Umea University, Sweden
"Targeting the nucleotide metabolism of Trypanosoma brucei"
10th April Dr Robert Menard, Institut Pasteur, Paris
"The multiple lives of the malaria parasite"
8th May Prof André Schneider University of Berne
"What can a unicellular parasite tell us about mitochondrial biogenesis"
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