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January 2019

MPhil Thesis Seminar by Miss Kendra Eileen LIU

January 22 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm HKT
Room 4504 (Lift No. 25-26)
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PhD Thesis Seminar by Mr. Man Hei CHEUNG

January 24 @ 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm HKT
Room 2465 (Lift No. 25-26)
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Seminar Notice “Designed Protein Nanopores” by Dr. Chunfu XU

January 25 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm HKT
Room 2464 (Lift No. 25-26)

Dr. Chunfu XU Senior Fellow, University of Washington, USA (Faculty applicant) Abstract: The ability to custom design structurally well-defined transmembrane channels would have broad applications in areas ranging from nanopore sequencing to small molecule filtration and sensing, but remains an outstanding challenge. In this talk, I will present the computational design of protein nanopores formed by two concentric rings of alpha-helices that are stable and mono-disperse in both water-soluble and membrane protein forms. Crystal structures of the soluble forms of…

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Live Chat on Research Master’s & PhD Studies at HKUST

January 25 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm HKT

Join the Live Chat on Research Master’s & PhD Studies at HKUST!  The admission officers are happy to share with you more about research studies, scholarship opportunities, admission process at HKUST, as well as life in Hong Kong.  Register NOW at http://pg.ust.hk/live-chat!

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IAS Distinguished Lecture “Single Particle Cryo-EM of Channels and Transporter” by Prof. CHENG Yifan

January 25 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm HKT
IAS Lecture Theatre

Prof. CHENG Yifan, Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of California, San Francisco; HKUST IAS Senior Visiting Fellow   Further details

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IAS / School of Science Joint Lecture “Harnessing actin dynamics for endocytic trafficking in human stem cells” by Prof. David G. Drubin

January 28 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm HKT
LT-C

Prof. David G. Drubin Ernette Comby Chair in Microbiology Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology University of California, Berkeley Abstract: Clathrin-mediated endocytosis is a key process by which cells capture nutrients from their environments and down regulate cell surface signaling receptors. It also provides a portal of entry for various intra-cellular pathogens. During this process, the plasma membrane undergoes a series of shape changes that are resisted by membrane tension. In essentially all eukaryotic organisms, a burst of actin assembly…

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