Department of Biochemistry researchers at the Microbiology Society’s 2022 conference

We were delighted to see a number of researchers, PostDocs, and students from the Department of Biochemistry exhibit their work at the Microbiology Society's annual conference . This year's conference took place between April 4th and April 7th at the ICC Belfast convention centre. Researchers from our Microbiology and Systems Biology theme attended the conference to talk about their work in front of packed audiences and to exhibit posters about their research.

Professor Syma Khalid held a talk on "Molecular Dynamics simulations of bacterial cell envelopes" and Cara Press from the Kleanthous lab presented her research on "Investigating the structure of ToIA and its relationship with the proton motive force". Valentine Laggage, Divya Choudhary, and Chloé Cassaro from the Stephan Uphoff lab were also in attendance, exhibiting their work on "Imaging of DNA damages and dynamics of bacterial stress responses".

 

Cara Press from the Kleanthous lab presenting her research on Investigating the structure of ToIA and its relationship with the proton motive force