School of Life Sciences Seminar Programme


All are welcome

to a varied programme on a range of subjects, by both external speakers and members of the School!
This Autumn’s programme will take place in the Cavendish Campus, on
FRIDAYS 1-2pm in Room 1.04 NCS. If you have any queries contact John Hedger (hedgerj@wmin.ac.uk, 0207 911 5087 ext. 3653).
 
Speakers/volunteers for 2010 programme are welcomed!
 
       
 SEMESTER 1 (2009-2010) >>>>FRIDAYS 1-2pm
 
DATE

     SPEAKER     

    TITLE    

 VENUE   

 Friday October 9th

 

 Professor Taj Keshavarz (School of Life Sciences, University of Westminster)

‘Research Roundup’

 

Room 1.04 NCS

 Friday October 16th

 

Professor Hugh Barr (University of Westminster)

Interprofessional Education - Now and Then’

 

Room 1.04 NCS

 Friday October 23rd

Dr Steve Wrigley (Hypha Discovery Ltd)

 The Rumycins: Rule-breaking Ca2+-dependent Lipopeptide Antibiotics’

 

Room 1.04 NCS

 Friday October 30th

  Professor Angela Clowes (School of Psychology,University of Westminster)

Awakenings: the art,science and significance of ephemeral biomarkers

 

Room 1.04 NCS

 Friday October 6th

 Dr Marco Berzano (School of Life Sciences)

Cryptosporidium in agricultural catchments:a molecular approach

 

Room 1.04 NCS

 Friday November 6th

Dr Marco Berzano (School of Life Sciences)

Cryptosporidium in agricultural catchments:a molecular approach

 
 
Room 1.04 NCS

 Friday, November 13th

Dr Robin Stott (Greater London authority)

  ‘Sustainable development in London’

 
 
Room 1.04 NCS

 Friday, November20th

Dr Tyrone Pitt (Health Protection Agency,UK)

‘Molecular Epidemiological Typing of opportunistic Pathogens in Hospitals’

 
 
Room 1.04 NCS

 Friday, November 27th

Dr Peter Giovannini (School of Pharmacy,University of London)

  ‘The Interaction between Local Medicinal Plants and Pharmaceuticals Knowledge in an Indigenous Rural Community ,Mexico’

 
 
Room 1.04 NCS

 Friday, December 4th

Dr Angray Kang (School of Life Sciences)

‘Applications of nanotechnology in Human Health and Global Food Security’

 

Room 1.04 NCS

 Friday, December 11th

 Dr Ian Locke (School of Life Sciences)

  ‘Urocortin - good for what ails you’

 

Room 1.04 NCS

Friday, December 18th

Professor Mike Young (Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Aberystwyth ,Wales)

 ‘Microbial Dormancy and Resusitation: Social Behaviour & Serenditpity’

 

Room 1.04 NCS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
  
 
SEMESTER 2 (2009-2010) >>>>FRIDAYS 1-2pm
 
 

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