Previous years' speakers
Prof. Sally Price (University College London)
“Is the crystallisation of pharmaceutical molecules controlled by thermodynamics or kinetics?”
Dr Ian Blagbrough (University of Bath)
“Tetracycline antibiotic delivery from electrospun biocompatible polymers”
Dr Matthew Fuchter (Imperial College London)
Dr Franco Falcone (University of Nottingham)
"Development of Helicobacter pylori biomimics for increased gastric retention: How applied science can lead to insights into fundamental science (and back)"
Dr Takayuki Doi (Tohoku University, Japan)
"Biologically Active Cyclodepsipeptide Natural Products: Synthesis, Biological Evaluation, 3D Structure and Protein Network Analysis"
Dr Ashkan Dehsorki and Dominic Rodrigues
Dr Chris Morris (University of York)
“Breaking barriers to improve drug delivery to the lung mucosae“
Dr William Brackenbury, MRC Career Development Fellow
"Voltage-gated sodium channels: novel targets for cancer therapy?"
"Erasing the eraser: a new potential therapy for Schistosomiasis"
Dr Gloria Lopez-Castejon, Sir Henry Dale Fellow (University of Manchester)
Title: "Deubiquitinases, new switches of the inflammatory response"
Dr Yiliang Ding (John Innes Centre)
Title: "In vivo RNA structure profiling: A transformative platform reveals a new way to regulate gene expression"
Vera Silva (UEA)
Title: “Copper” that Tirapazamine: from liposomes to hypoxic cancer therapy
Hui Poi Goh (UEA)
Title: "CXCL12 induced migration relies on specific signalling cascades in different cell lines"
Professor Jane Clarke (University of Cambridge)
Title: "Folding and Misfolding in Multidomain Proteins"
Grace Walden (UEA)
Title: “Injectable delivery platform for cells and protein. A new therapeutic approach for tendinopathy treatment”
Dr Sheng Qi (UEA)
“What I’ve learnt from children on how to do research”
Dr Helen Wilcock (University of Loughborough)
Cholpon Rustem (UEA)
Title: “Delivery System of Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient”
Qiran Sheng (UEA)
Title: "Studying non-canonical nucleic acid structures: a calixarene approach"
30th June to 1st July 2016
DNA TRAP – Workshops on Drug Development to Cross Biological Barriers – Lead by Dr. Grant Wheeler and Dr. Chris Morris of the UEA Schools of Biology and Pharmacy. If you are interested in attending this event then please contact Zoe at email@example.com in the first instance to book a place. More info here.
Dr Chris Hamilton (UEA)
PhFarmaceutical Ventures with Garlic polysulfides”
Dr Ross Stewart (MedImmune, Cambridge)
Title: “Immune Checkpoint Inhibition – Building on Clinical Promise Through Preclinical and Translational Science”
Associate Professor Elena Adinolfi (University of Ferrara, Italy)
Title: The P2X7 receptor: oncogene or oncosuppressor?
Oliver Cartwright (UEA)
Title: 'From ultrapotent cytotoxin to Homing Missile'
Shirley Mills (UEA)
Title: Manipulating Chemokine Signalling to Prevent Metastasis
Dr James Wilkinson (Nanotemper)
Title: Biomolecular interaction analysis by microscale thermophoresis
Muayyad Al-Shinnayin (UEA)
Serena Monaco (UEA)
Professor Eamonn Kelly (University of Bristol)
Title: Mu opioid receptors and the idea of ligand bias
Takahiro Noro (visiting student in Ganesan Lab)
Susana Campos (UEA)
Prof Anant Paradkar (Centre for Pharmaceutical Engineering Science, University of Bradford)
Title: Pharmaceutical crystal and particle engineering and manufacturing
Dr Lisa Chakrabarti (University of Nottingham)
Title: Investigating the role of mitochondria in ageing and neurodegeneration
Xin Liao (UEA)
"Toward the Development of Cationic-based siRNA Delivery System as a New Therapeutic Approach for Advanced Tendinopathy Treatment"
Emma Gould (UEA)
"Garlic-derived polysulfides: Biochemical mode of action and application for green insecticides"
Professor Andrew Wilson (Deputy Director, Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology, University of Leeds)
Title: Adventures in Non-Covalent
Chemistry: From Self-Assembly to
Protein Surface Recognition"
Professor Jane Portlock (University of Portsmouth)
Title: “Pharmacy Education - the best way to teach "Generation Me"?"
Dr Tobias Gruber
|UEA/University of Sao Paolo Research Symposium 2015|
Monday 2nd November
USP talk - Monica Tallarico Pupo
USP talk - Sâmia Regiane Lourenço Joca
Tuesday 3rd November
USP talk - Fernando Batista Costa
Wednesday 4th November
USP talk - Renata Fonseca Vianna Lopez
Emma Kirkham and Phillip Wright
“Factors affecting lithium prescribing”
Dr. Ali Ryan (Kingston University)
Post-Grad Seminars: Carl Webster and Karol Nartowski (UEA)
Dr. Shailesh Mistry (Monash University)
Dr. Kenneth Harris (Cardiff University)
Dr. Aylin Hanyaloglu (Imperial College)
Dr. Cate Whittlesea (Durham University)
Dr. Robert Nibbs (University of Glasgow)
Dr. Grant Churchill (University of Oxford)
Dr. Andrew Tobin (University of Leicester)
“Targeting G-protein coupled receptors in neurodegeneration”
Dr. Raphaelle Winsky-Sommerer (University of Surrey)
"Sleep and Health: Pharmacology of the Sleep-Wake Cycle"
Dr. Stephane LeFrancois (University of Montreal)
Past research events
- Pharmacy Research Day 2014.
- Seminar: Dr Bruce Winney (University of Oxford). "Where do we come from and why does it matter - genetic population structure in the UK".
- Seminar: Professor Laurence Hurley (University of Arizona). "DNA acting like RNA as molecular switches in cells".
- Seminar: Dr Sylvain Ladame (Imperial College). "Targeting nucleic acids with engineered Peptide Nucleic Acid (PNA) conjugates: diagnostic and therapeutic applications".
- Seminar: Professor Masahiro Sokabe
(Department of Physiology, Graduate School of Medicine, Nagoya University, Japan). "The versatile roles of actin cytoskeletons in mechanosensation".
- Seminar: Professor John Weinman (Kings College London). "Taking the treatment: How can health psychology help?".
- Seminar: Prof Richard Taylor (University of York). Royal Society of Chemistry Open Lecture: "Adventures in Natural Product Synthesis".
- 2nd BSI Early Careers Inflammation and Immunology Symposium.
- Seminar: Dr Stuart Mundell (School of Physiology and Pharmacology, University of Bristol). "Mind the GAPP - linking G protein-coupled receptor function to mild bleeding disorders".
- Seminar: Dr Yuichi Masuda (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan). "Structural analyses of bioactive peptides using solution and solid-state NMR".
- Seminar: Professor Rob Field (John Innes Centre). "Exploring technologies: carbohydrate materials to algal natural products".
Past Community Events
- The Medicinal Chemistry Subject Taster: Friday 2nd May 2014.
- Local 6th form students learn more about Pharmacy
- Norwich students learn about Taxol and Pharmacy
- Prof. Ganesan talks about careers in Pharmacy at Latymer Upper High School
- Pharmacy lecturers talk about careers
- Professor David Wright returns to sixth form
- Pharmacy lecturer helps raise aspirations at Norfolk high school
- Ipswich High School for Girls learn about Taxol
- Chemistry and Pharmacy Summer School 2013