The London Biological Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group (LBMSDG) will be holding their next meeting on Thursday, September 14th, at the UCL School of Pharmacy’s John Hanbury Lecture Theatre. The meeting (like all their other events) are free to attend. A full agenda for this meeting can be found here, and includes talks by:
- Prof Shabaz Mohammed (University of Oxford), on proteomics of adult intestinal stem cells and organoids
- Andrew Davison (Liverpool Clinical Laboratories), on metabolomic evaluation of alkaptonuria using mass spectrometry
- Dr Faraz Mardakheh (QMUL), on proteomics profiling of interactome dynamics by colocalisation analysis
- Dr Cyrille Botte (Universite Grenoble Alpes), on membrane biogenesis, lipid synthesis and signaling in apicomplexa parasites
There will also be a student talk by Zainab Ahdash (King’s College London), on studying the mechanism of the hera nura DNA break resection complex using native MS. Don’t miss this great opportunity to hear about the latest advances in MS and separations science in an informal, enjoyable setting.