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Markus Ralser Farewell Lecture

last modified May 18, 2018 01:43 PM
Friday 18th May, 4pm in the Sanger Building Lecture Theatre.

Dr Markus Ralser has been in our Department since 2011 where he has established an extremely successful research group. For the last few years he has shared his time between here and the Francis Crick Institute in London. He is now sadly leaving our Department for good as he has been appointed to a very prestigious position in Germany as the wonderfully named Einstein Professor of Biochemistry, Head of Department, Institute of Biochemistry, Charite University Medicine, Berlin.

To mark his departure from our Department, Markus will be giving a farewell lecture entitled: From its origins to the modern metabolic network.

This lecture will be held in the Sanger Building Lecture Theatre at 4pm on Friday 18th May 2018. The lecture will be followed by drinks, nibbles and the chance to say goodbye to Markus.

Everyone is welcome.

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A self-establishing yeast community.

Credit: eLife

Author


Kathryn Lilley

Publication Date


18 May 2018