Events

02
Jun
2022

BSB PhD Exit Seminar: Characterising aspects of the CoA biosynthesis pathway in P. falciparum and T. gondii  »

1pm 2 June

Malaria is an ancient disease leading to the death of more than half a million people every year.

02
Jun
2022

BSB PhD Exit Seminar: Expression studies and pharmacology of neutral amino acid transporter B0AT1 (SLC6A19) - A potential target to treat metabolic...

1.30pm 2 June

B0AT1 (Slc6a19) is a sodium-dependent neutral amino acid transporter catalyzing the secondary active transport of neutral amino acids across the brush border membrane of the kidney and intestine.

06
Jun
2022

RSB Director's Seminar:  »

12.30pm 6 June

Professor Barry Pogson

07
Jun
2022

Research Opportunities for life-scientists in and with Germany »

10am 7 June

Research with Germany Workshop

09
Jun
2022

BSB Seminar: Metabolomics and proteomics approaches to enhance drug discovery for malaria »

1pm 9 June

Current treatments for malaria are threatened by drug resistance, and new antimalarials are urgently required to ensure the continued ability to treat malaria infections into the future.

23
Jun
2022

BSB Seminar: The structure of a tripartite ATP-independent periplasmic (TRAP) transporter provides the molecular basis for function »

3pm 23 June

Bacterial infections remain a global public health challenge and there is a critical need for the identification and molecular understanding of new targets for antimicrobial design.