Saturday, 23 October 2021

BioMaths Colloquium 03/11/2021

 

BioMaths Colloquium Series - 2021/22

  

03 November 2021 - 3pm Singleton Campus & on Zoom


(Wallace 218, Singleton Campus, Zoom link: register here)


Using molecular modelling to answer a variety of biological questions

Dr Georgina Menzies


(School of Biosciences, Cardiff University)


Our BioMaths Colloquium Series continues with a seminar by Dr. Georgina Menzies from the  School of Biosciences at Cardiff University. Georgina gained her BSc(Hons) in Forensic Science from the University of Glamorgan, studied for a MSc in Molecular Modelling from Cardiff University and for her PhD focused on the structure of DNA in cancer hotspot sites at Swansea University. After a Ser Cymru II fellowship to study the functional outcomes of dementia genetics, she took up a lectureship at the School of Biosciences in Cardiff University.
Her main research interests involve studying DNA repair pathways and in particular the protein and DNA structural interactions using molecular modelling techniques. She also collaborates with a number of other researchers and research groups to provide structural and functional information for their biological structure of interest. This ranges from drugs to anti-boides and proteins. Most of her research involves modelling techniques including molecular dynamics, coarse grain and mathematical modelling.


Abstract
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Hope to see many of you!

For the list of forthcoming seminars, see here

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