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Cryo-EM heats up

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The advances of cryo-EM led to the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2017 awarded for this technique. In what promises to be an exciting talk, Dr Doryen Bubeck explores the role of cryo-EM in our immune system defences.

Having carried out extensive research in both Harvard and Oxford, Dr Bubeck now leads a prominent lab in Imperial College London. Starting her research by looking at the entry mechanism for poliovirus, she now focuses on exploring host pathogen interactions in a broad sense to also find how we can harness our immune system therapeutically.

Entry is free for members and £3 for non-members. As always food, drinks and a nice chat with the speaker afterwards!

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Biological Society series.

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