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Department of Pharmacology

 

Department of Pharmacology Tea Club

Tea Club will be held as usual in the Departmental Lecture Theatre at 4pm on Fridays in Full Term. After the talk there will be wine and nibbles and a chance to talk informally with the speaker.

If anyone wishes to have some time with any speaker before the talk, or have dinner with them afterwards, please contact in advance.

During Michaelmas Term 2021, the Tea Club will take place in the Departmental Seminar Room, or virtually online.

 

Upcoming Talks

The Choreography and native CRAC channels.(>online)

 

Vascular Medicine Institute, University of Pittsburgh, USA

Date

Speaker

Topic

8 October

Giovanna Zinzalla

Karolinska Institute, Sweden, and visiting researcher, Department of Pharmacology, Cambridge, UK

Transcriptional regulators controlling gene expression programs and cell fate (in person)
15 October

David Anderson

King's College, London, UK

Antibody mediated pain (online)
22 October

David Shorthouse

MRC Cancer Unit, Cambridge, UK

Ion channels as novel therapeutic targets in Cancer (in person)
29 October

Mark Soave

University of Nottingham, UK

Monitoring Allosteric Interactions with CXCR4 using NanoBiT conjugated nanobodies
5 November

Laura Soucek

Vall d'Hebron Institute of Oncology, Spain

Development of a new generation of anti-Myc mini-proteins for cancer treatment (online)
12 November

Mohamed Trebak

The Choreography and native CRAC channels (online)
19 November

Claire Eyers

Institute of Systems, Molecular and Integrative Biology, University of Liverpool, UK

TBC (online)
26 November

Nicole Kaneider-Kaser

Cambridge Institute of Therapeutic Immunology & Infectious Disease, UK

The role and function of the GPR35/NaK-ATPase complex (in person)

 

Previous Talks

You can view a list of last term's Tea Club Talks here.

 

 

Case Studies Series

The aim of this series is to set pharmacology in its wider context, through talks by people who use pharmacology in their work, such as pharmaceutical companies, consultants, government agencies and charities.

These talks are on Friday afternoons at 4:00pm, in the Seminar Room, with time for tea and cake before Tea Club.

Case Studies and Tea Clubs are important parts of the course. We expect all Part II students to attend all of these talks.