Research seminars

Seminar programme 2012/13


Past Programme

Date Seminar Title
24th October 2012 Prof. Peter Griffiths - School of Science, University of Greenwich

Host: Dr. N. Lavignac
Nanotechnology, drug delivery and neutron scattering
7th November 2012 Medway School of Pharmacy, University of Kent

Mr. Stuart Gill Banham (Dr R. Rodgers, Dr. C. Morecroft (Liverpool John Moores University))

Ms. Anna Giordano (Dr N. Lavignac, Prof. W. Gullick)

Host: Dr. N. Lavignac
Information needs of bipolar disorder from the patient’s perspective

Poly(amidoamine)s for nucleic acid delivery
21st November 2012 Medway School of Pharmacy, University of Kent

Ms Francesca Ferrara (Dr N. Temperton, Dr S. Scott)

Dr. Vladimir Gubala

Host: Dr. N. Lavignac

Pseudotypes as tools to study haemagglutinin cleavage and antibody response against influenza viruses

Origin of life - the search for the first and original self-replicating molecule continues
28th November 2012 Dr. Klaus Pors - Institute of Cancer Therapeutics, University of Bradford

Host: Dr. M. Casely-Hayford
Engineering the duocarmycin family of natural products for tumour selective therapy
5th December 2012 Medway School of Pharmacy Postgraduate Poster Day

15.00 to 17.00 in Anson building, Room A153 (PBL1)
List of posters TBC
16th January 2013 Medway School of Pharmacy, University of Kent

Ms Lynsey Atkinson (Dr. G. Lall, Prof. A. Mathie)

Ms Danielle Newby (Dr. T. Ghafourian, Dr A. Freitas)

Host: Dr. N. Lavignac
The functional importance of TASK-3 in mammalian circadian timing

Overcoming dataset bias in oral absorption modelling
23rd January 2013 Prof. Jameel Inal - School of Human Sciences, London Metropolitan University

Host: Dr. S. Wildman
Microvesicles in infection and cancer
6th February 2013 Medway School of Pharmacy, University of Kent

Dr. Carol Crawford (Dr Peppiatt-Wildman)

Ms Catherine Dewsbury (Dr R. M. Rodgers, Prof. J. Krska)

Host: Dr. N. Lavignac
Regulation of blood flow in the renal medulla

Public Health and Community Pharmacy: at a time of change
13th February 2013 Medway School of Pharmacy, University of Kent

Ms Eleonora Molesti (Dr. N. Temperton, Prof. A. Mathie)

Ms Diana Garcia (Dr N. Lavignac, Prof. W. Gullick)

Host: Dr. N. Lavignac
Profiling of HPAI viruses: animal and human health implications

Synthesis and characterisation of poly(amido amine)-BSA conjugates
20th February 2013 Dr Vitaliy Khutoryanskiy - Reading School of Pharmacy, University of Reading

Host: Dr. N. Lavignac
Materials for ocular, oral and intravesical delivery
27th February 2013 Dr Séverine Zirah - Molécules de Communication et Adaptation des Micro-organismes, UMR 7245 CNRS/Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle

Host: Dr. A. Edwards
Lasso peptides: bioactive knotted structures produced by bacteria
6th March 2013 Dr Charles Morecroft - Liverpool John Moores University

Host: Prof J. Krska
Health service research: the need for a multi-perspective approach
13th March 2013 Medway School of Pharmacy, University of Kent

Ms Soumya Sasi (Dr. A. Edwards, Dr B. Alexander (University of Greenwich))

Ms Tracey Yip (Dr R. Loo, Prof. J. Everett (University of Greenwich))

Host: Dr. N. Lavignac
Conformational Studies of Peptidomimetic Foldamers


Data pre-processing in nutritional metabonomics
20th March 2013 Dr Iain Greenwood - Division of Biomedical Sciences, St George's University of London

Host: Prof. A. Mathie
New tricks for old dogs: Kv7 channels in vascular health and disease
27th March 2013 Prof. Richard Ribchester - School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Edinburgh

Host: Prof Yuri Ushkaryov
Confocal microendoscopy of activity-dependent slow synaptic degeneration in WldS mutant mice
30th April 2013 Prof. Aziz Amine - Université Hassan II-Mohammedia, Morocco

Host: Dr. Vladimir Gubala
Enzyme Inhibition-based Biosensors
2nd July 2013

Dr Barry A Blight - Functional Materials Group, School of Physical Sciences, University of Kent, Canterbury

Host: Dr. A. Hall

NB. To be held in room A032 (CSL2)

Luminescent Triarylboron Compounds in Sensing Small Molecules
 Past Programme

 

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