The NMR Facility here at King’s is hosting a one-day symposium to celebrate the refurbishment of their suite NMR spectrometers. The day will end with Ed Bryne (President & Principal, King’s College London) unveiling a special art piece/plaque to mark the occasion.
This free event features international speakers covering topics of NMR-based research from metabolomics to structural biology as well as highlighting the work of King’s PhD students and post-docs.
Keynote speakers will include:
- Professor Lucia Banci, CERM, University of Florence, Italy. 'The contribution of NMR to the description of cellular processes'
- Dr Martin Blackledge, Institut de Biologie Structurale, Grenoble, France. 'NMR studies of large-scale protein conformational dynamics: From fundamental biophysics to functional biology'
- Professor Art Edison, University of Georgia, USA. 'New methods for in vivo metabolomics'
- Professor Mike Shattock, King's College London, UK. 'The Salt of the Earth: NMR studies of Na elevation and metabolic dysfunction in heart failure'
Shorter presentations will highlight some of the research being done at King's. These will include:
- Dr Alessandro Sicorello, Department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience (IoPPN). 'The structural properties in the solution of the intrinsically mixed folded protein ataxin-3'
- Miss Ingebjørg Hungnes, School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences. 'NMR Analysis of a Rhenium Bioconjugate: Modelling Novel Radioactive Medical Imaging Agents’
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Registration is free but essential for security and catering purposes.
This event is supported financially by Bruker UK Ltd., CJS Direct Ltd, Fisher Scientific, Wilmad and CortecNet
Please contact Dr Andrew Atkinson or Professor Sasi Conte with any questions