Inaugural Lecture: Christopher Reynolds, Professor of Therapeutics and Disease Prevention

Cloudy day outside of the Alan Berry building
Public lectures / seminars

Tuesday 01 February 2022

06:00 PM - 07:00 PM

Location

Square One

Cost

Free

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Computational Chemistry applied to Biological Problems

X-ray crystallography and more recently cryo-EM have afforded us deep insight into biological function through analysis of the protein structure. It is now widely appreciated that protein dynamics is also essential to understanding function. In his inaugural lecture Christopher will illustrate this through studies on G protein coupled receptors, with a focus on receptors involved in pain and diabetes.