Professor Sheena Radford lecture
The Vice-Chancellor is inviting staff to an event honouring Professor Sheena Radford who has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society.
The recognition is the highest accolade in British science and recognises Sheenas seminal contributions to understanding how proteins fold and function biologically. The event will also be an opportunity to celebrate the work of the Astbury Centre.
Folding proteins from Astbury to Amyloid and Ageing is a public lecture on Tuesday 11 November from 4.30pm in the Great Hall. The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception in the Parkinson Court North from 5.30pm.
The event is free, but places are limited. Register your attendance at http://sheena-radford.eventbrite.co.ukPosted in: University news