Biochemistry Alumni Lecture

The Biochemistry Alumni Lecture was created in 1990 to bring together past and present students and staff of the Biochemistry discipline within our School.

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Genetics, Genomics and Biochemistry of Innate Immunity

12 September 2018 3:00pm5:00pm
Presenter: Professor David Hume, Mater Research Institute/University of Queensland

Cryo-electron Microscopy of Helical Protein and Nucleoprotein Polymers: Insights into Evolutionary Divergence.

15 November 2017 5:30pm8:30pm
Presenter: Professor Edward Egelman, University of Virginia

MAIT cells: Friend or Foe in recognising microbial vitamin meabolites presented in the MHC-I-related molecule MR1

28 May 2015 12:15pm
Presenter: Professor James McCluskey, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), The University of Melbourne

Characterization of Orphan Human Cytochrome P450 Enzymes & Their Metabolic Roles: The General Problem of Gene Annotation

3 December 2013 5:45pm
Presenter: Professor F Peter Guengerich, Tadashi Inagami Professor of Biochemistry at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Ethical dilemmas and missed opportunities

23 October 2011 3:00pm
Presenter: Professor Neva Haites OBE, of the University of Aberdeen

Life on the Edge- the Generic Nature of Protein Misfolding Disorders

30 August 2010 12:30pm
Presenter: Prof Christopher Dobson, Master of St John's College, The University of Cambridge

Identification of a novel regulator of skeletal muscle mass

20 July 2009 5:45pm
Presenter: Prof Christina Mitchell, Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor, Monash University

Molecular Mechanism of the Nuclear Protein Import Cycle

20 July 2007 5:45pm
Presenter: Dr Murray Stewart, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge UK

The world of small RNAs and mobile signals

20 July 2007 5:45pm
Presenter: Prof Peter Waterhouse, ARC Federation Fellow, The University of Sydney and CSIRO Plant Industry