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Workshop: Metals in Biology

Workshop

On 11 October 2017, the Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology is organising a workshop on Metals in Biology. The workshop is free of charge but participation requires registration.

Preliminary programme

Valeria Culotta (Johns Hopkins University - School of Public Health): Valeria Culotta's research focuses on the role of metals at the host-pathogen interface.
Tentative title: Metals, microbes and infectious disease.

Thomas O'Halloran (Northwestern University): Thomas O'Halloran's research focuses on the intracellular chemistry of elements essential for growth and proliferation, (i.e. zinc, copper and iron), nanoscale drug delivery mechanisms and on the mechanisms of clinically important anticancer agents that are based on arsenic, molybdenum and platinum chemistry.
Tentative title: Inorganic Fluxes in Control of Cellular Function from Microbes to Mammalian Gametes.

Karin Broberg (Karolinska Institutet): Karin Broberg's research focuses on the genetics and epigenetics of metal toxicology.
Tentative title: Adaptation to arsenic-rich environments.

Sergi Puig (IATA-CSIC Valencia): Sergi Puig's research focuses on iron homeostasis mechanisms.
Tentative title: Mechanisms of response to iron deficiency in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede (Chalmers University of Technology): Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede's research focuses on metalloprotein mechanisms and protein misfolding.
Tentative title: Protein Interactions that Facilitate Copper Transport in the Human Cytoplasm.

The workshop is free of charge but participation requires registration.
Registration: http://www.lundberg.gu.se/mib/
For inquiries, please contact: markus.tamas@cmb.gu.se

Datum: 2017-10-11

Tid: 09:00 - 18:00

Kategorier: Naturvetenskap

Plats: Medicinareberget, Medicinaregatan 1-11
Gösta Sandels

Kontaktperson: Markus Tamas

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