The Randall Centre of Cell & Molecular Biophysics continues the King’s tradition of biophysics established by Sir John Randall. Research in the Randall is multidisciplinary, with the Centre working at the interface between the physical and biomedical sciences.
We develop new biophysical techniques in molecular structure and cellular imaging, applying them to both biology and medicine. Many of these applications are focused on cell motility and the cytoskeleton, muscle signalling and development, and allergy and asthma.
The Centre hosts a seminar series featuring speakers, presenting on a range of related research topics
When: Events are held weekly on Tuesdays 13:00 - 14:00 (unless stated otherwise)
Where: Classroom G8, Ground floor, New Hunt’s House, Guy’s Campus (unless stated otherwise).
Please note do to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, seminars are now taking place virtually via Microsoft Teams. To be added to the invitation list, please email email@example.com.