Dr. Martin Tollinger, University of Innsbruck on "NMR Spectroscopy of Protein Allergens"
The 26th Annual E. Garner King Memorial Lecture by Lewis E. Kay, University of Toronto on "The Importance of Protein Dynamics in Health and Disease"
Celebration of Brian Sykes' career and honouring of the father of NMR with talks by Malcolm Irving and Gary Shaw
David Wishart and the University of Alberta-based Metabolomics Innovation Centre (TMIC) received $11.7 million to expand in order to meet a tripling in metabolomics activities expected in Canada over the next 5 years. NANUC is a TMIC node.
Read the Genome Alberta announcement
A new Bruker 800 MHz NMR console and probe set will be installed by early 2017 thanks to funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation and the Alberta Department of Economic Development and Trade.
Dr. Wayne Fairbrother, Director and Senior Staff Scientist at Genentech and NANUC Advisor, visits on December 6-7, 2016 and gives the Merck Translational Research Lecture. Host: Michael Overduin
Congratulations to Cameron Smithers for winning an AIHS Community Engagement award for CureCancer: Technology, Innovation and Medicine events, including our inaugural TIM bit Tuesday on September 6, 2016 (see www.cure-cancer.ca), as well as all our summer students for their research and presentations.
Dr. Stephen Burley, Center for Integrated Proteomics Research, Rutgers University speaks on Antimicrobial Resistance: Evolutionary Tales from the Protein Data Bank on June 29 in Oborowsky Degner Seminar Hall.
Dr. Randy Yatscoff, Executive Vice President at TEC Edmonton gave a talk on How TEC can assist you in your commercialization journey, with Chris Lumb, CEO, TEC Edmonton chairing our event on Optimizing the Innovation Journey on April 4 at NANUC.
The Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan and Dr. Gilles G. Patry, President & CEO
Canada Foundation for Innovation visited NANUC on March 14, 2016 to announce the John R. Evans Leaders Fund Competition award winners.
A new governance model and business plan are developed for NANUC and reports to Vice-President Research Lorne Babiuk and Vice-Dean of Research David Evans.
A new NMR strategy group is launched at NANUC and includes investigators from across campus who are interested in advancing the field of biomolecular NMR spectroscopy and expanding its applications.
Michael's laboratory in Medical Sciences Building Room 3-56 opens and Catharine Trieber (Lab Manager), and PhD students Cameron Smithers and Monsoore Esmaili join his research group.
Michael Overduin joins NANUC as Executive Director and initiates a structural biology research program and drug discovery network based in the Department of Biochemistry.