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Future Events > AstraZeneca 2016 Award Lecture: Mass spectrometry - from individual proteins to membrane assemblies

AstraZeneca 2016 Award Lecture: Mass spectrometry - from individual proteins to membrane assemblies

17 October 2016

Charles Darwin House, London, UK



AstraZeneca 2016 Award Lecture presented by Professor Dame Carol Robinson

 

This award, generously supported by AstraZeneca, is made every 3 years in recognition of outstanding work which, through biomedical advances, leads to development of a new reagent or method. The research should have been carried out in a UK or Republic of Ireland laboratory.

The 2016 AstraZeneca Award will be awarded to Dame Carol Robinson from the University of Oxford.  Carol is a UK-based biochemist whose research has made a very significant contribution to the development of mass-spectrometry techniques for the analysis of biologically important complexes. 

 

The lecture is entitled 'Mass spectrometry - from individual proteins to membrane assemblies.'


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17 October 2016

 

17:30 - 18:30

Award Lecture presented by Professor Dame Carol Robinson

 

18:30 - 20:00 Drinks Reception