Speaker: Dr Bruno M. Humbel - Head Imaging Group of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan Host - Giel van Dooren
In recent years correlative microscopy, combining the power and advantages of light and electron microscopy, has become an important tool for biomedical research.
Speaker: Professor Daniel F. Klessig - Boyce Thompson Institute Cornell University - Hosts: David Jones, Plant Sciences, Giel van Dooren, Biomedical Science & Biochemistry
During the past several years, we have identified over two dozen plant SA-binding proteins (SABPs), primarily through biochemical methods including three high-throughput screens
Speaker: Kathryn Parker - PhD exit seminar
Apicomplexans are a phylum of unicellular eukaryotic parasites that cause a range of diseases in humans, including toxoplasmosis and malaria.
Speaker: Dr. Charles D. Cox - Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute
Mechanosensitive channels are fundamental molecular components of mechanosensory systems in all organisms.