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20
Jan
2022

BSB PhD Exit Seminar: Study of the functional roles of hypothetical proteins in the virulence of Shigella flexneri serotype 1c »

1pm 20 January 2022

Shigella flexneri is an entero-pathogen that is considered a significant public health risk, causing shigellosis or bacillary dysentery, and accounts for the highest percentage of diarrheal deaths annually.

17
Dec
2021

E&E PhD Exit Webinar: Systematic bias in phylogenetic inference: Implications, Assessment, and Reduction »

4pm 17 December 2021

Phylogenetic inference is the process of reconstructing relationships between species from genomic sequence data. The reliability of phylogenetic analysis relies on the quality of the data and the fitness of the substitution models.

10
Dec
2021

PS Webinar Series - PhD Exit Seminar: Plant hydration dynamics: measurement and uptake pathways »

3.30pm 10 December 2021

Most water fluxes on the land occur through plants via transpiration, and agriculture uses 70% of the water managed by humans.

02
Dec
2021

BSB PhD Exit Seminar: A study of cellular amino acid homeostasis identifies novel combination therapies for cancer »

1pm 2 December 2021

Scientific and technological advancements in the field of cell physiology over the last thirty years have uncovered the identities and functions of over sixty solute carriers which participate in the transport of amino acids in mammalian cells.

23
Nov
2021

HDR Conference »

1pm 23 November 2021

HDR Conference

19
Nov
2021

PS Webinar Series: Can We Breed Crops For Unobserved Future Environments? »

12pm 19 November 2021

Research interests - Working on developing new methods to combine information from corn, sorghum, and related orphan crops and wild species to identify genetic changes that alter crop traits important to farmers and food traits important to consumers.

18
Nov
2021

BSB PhD Exit Seminar: Structure-function studies of multidrug resistance transporters of the malaria parasite »

1pm 18 November 2021

Many genes that have been recently identified as determinants of drug resistance in the malaria parasite encode membrane transport proteins (also known as transporters). 

17
Nov
2021

PS Webinar Series: The necrotrophic effector ToxA from Parastagonospora nodorum interacts with wheat NHL proteins to facilitate Tsn1-mediated...

12pm 17 November 2021

The wheat necrotrophic fungal pathogen, Parastagonospora nodorum, secretes effector proteins to manipulate host immunity and promote successful infection.

12
Nov
2021

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Cats choose their E. coli; or vice versa? »

4pm 12 November 2021

Escherichia coli extraintestinal infections (ExPEC) cause significant disease in humans and companion animals (cats and dogs).

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