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Joint EBI/ Cambridge University Research Symposium

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Session 1. Chemical and Structural Biology Chairs: Janet Thornton (EBI) / Tom Blundell/Chris Dobson (Cambridge)

  • Michele Vendruscolo (Chemistry, Cambridge): Simultaneous Determination of Protein Structure and Dynamics
  • Eugene Krissinel (EBI): Protein Interfaces, Surfaces and Assemblies from MSD @EBI
  • Ben Luisi (Biochemistry, Cambridge): The RNA degradosome and its regulatory linkages
  • Rafael Najmanovich (EBI): Analysis of ligand protein binding within and across protein families via the detection of binding site 3D atomic similarities
  • Tuomas Knowles (Physics, Cambridge): A physical approach to protein aggregation

Session 2. Systems Biology Chairs: Nicolas le Novere (EBI) / Steve Oliver (Cambridge)

  • Nick Luscombe (EBI): Principles of regulation of metabolic pathways by small molecules
  • Pinar Pir (Biochemistry, Cambridge): A Systematic Approach to the Identification of S.cerevisiae Genes With High Flux Control
  • Paul Bertone (EBI): TBA
  • Jorge Goncalves (Engineering, Cambridge): Reconstruction of Biochemical Networks
  • Nicolas le Novere (EBI): Computational models of synaptic plasticity
  • Karen Lipkow (Biochemistry): Integrating Cellular Architecture and Signalling

Session 3. Genomes, SNPs and disease Chairs: Nick Goldman (EBI) / Simon Tavare (Cambridge)

  • Martin Taylor (EBI): Evolutionary insights into the regulation of gene expression
  • Francois Balloux (Genetics, Cambridge): The long march of human genes
  • Paul Flicek (EBI): Investigating variation in individual human genome sequences
  • Maria Krestyaninova (EBI): Data warehousing in biomedical studies
  • Vincent Plagnol (CIMR, Cambridge): Type 1 Diabetes research after successful association studies: what is next?
  • Wolfgang Huber (EBI): Fine mapping of meiotic recombination events in S. cerevisiae using high-density tiling microarrays and semi-supervised clustering

This talk is part of the Joint EBI/ Cambridge University Research Symposium series.

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