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The University of Southampton
Institute for Life Sciences

Biomembranes@Southampton Event

Time:
13:45 - 18:00
Date:
30 March 2015
Venue:
Room 2207 and Foyer (2201 - by Lattes Café) Building 85 Highfield Campus

For more information regarding this event, please email ifls@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Bringing together researchers with an interest in membrane biology.

The new Biomembranes@Southampton group has brought together a number of Southampton researchers who study different aspects of membrane biology (ion channels, receptors, trafficking, structure etc). This meeting is designed to bring our researchers and those from other institutes together to facilitate interactions and strengthen this important research area.

Registration is essential and has now closed.

Programme:

13.45  Registration and coffee

14.00  Welcome

14.05  Dr Mariana Vargas-Caballero "Studying synaptic function in Alzheimer's disease models" 

14.20  Dr Ita O'Kelly "Intracellular ion channels"

14.35  Dr Maurits de Planque "Lipid bilayers for membrane microscopy and electrophysiology"

14.50  Dr Ivo Tews "Membrane protein structural biology"

15.05  Dr Declan Doyle "Structural studies of ion channels and transporters"

15.20  Coffee and Poster Display

16.00  Dr Rohan Lewis and Dr Bram Sengers "Modelling placental amino acid transport"

16.25  Agnieszka Janeczek "Association of Wnt proteins with liposomal membranes"

16.40  Dr Syma Khalid "Multiscale simulations of bacterial membranes"

17.00  Keynote Speaker: Prof Mark Sansom (University of Oxford)

18.00  Wine reception

 

Scientifica Poster Competition: Participants are encouraged to bring posters (please indicate your intention to do so when registering). Prizes for the best posters will be voted on by meeting participants and awarded by Scientifica.

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