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Institute for Life Sciences

Focusing in on Nucleic Acids Seminar Series Event

14:00 - 15:30
2 June 2014
Room 2207 Life Sciences Building 85 Highfield Campus

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Event details

Join us on 2 June for the next FioNA Seminar session.

Working across the University campuses and the region the IfLS aims to develop collaborative models that address key issues in health, society and enterprise.  These models are centred on areas of excellence, where Southampton and the Wessex region lead at national and international levels. Nucleic Acid research has been identified as a BBSRC funded focus that will benefit from development within the Excellence with Impact programme, adding a new dimension to our research activities by supporting the network and tying together areas of excellence. This workshop is one of a series designed to bring together key constituents to engage in this exciting project. 

14:00 - 14:45: Dr Sarah Ennis (Medicine) "The evolving landscape of clinical genomics"

14:45 - 15:30: Dr Mark Coldwell (Biological Sciences Chemistry) "Where should we begin? Generating protein diversity due to use of alternative translation initiation codons"

***All welcome. Tea, coffee and biscuits available.***

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