The UK’s leading scientific academy – the Royal Society – has announced that Professor Sheena Radford is to receive one of its most prestigious research awards. The Research Professorship will enable Professor Radford, Director of the Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology, to develop new techniques to “see the unseen” and reveal the way that…
Congratulations to David Brockwell on his recent promotion to Professor.
Congratulations to Andrew Macdonald who has been promoted to Professor of Tumour Virology. Andrew is Head of School for Molecular and Cellular Biology and a member of the Astbury Centre.
Professor Sheena Radford, the Director of the Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology, has been honoured with an OBE, for her research at the frontiers of molecular biology. As director of the Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology, Professor Sheena Radford has led a large group of researchers investigating the complex molecular basis of life….
Congratulations to Leeds and Astbury Centre alumnus Dan Hurdiss for being awarded the 2020 BBS Kendrew Doctoral Thesis Prize. Dan will give a prize lecture at the BBS Symposium. Well done Dan!
Congratulations to Peter Adams who has been promoted to Associate Professor following the completion of his University Academic Fellowship.
Emeritus Professor Alison Ashcroft awarded Thomson Medal for 2020 by the International Mass Spectrometry Foundation
Alison Ashcroft, Emeritus Professor of Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry, has been awarded the prestigious Thomson Medal for 2020 by the International Mass Spectrometry Foundation (IMSF). The award is for “both outstanding achievements in mass spectrometry and distinguished services to international mass spectrometry societies”.
The BBC recently featured our research facilities on Look North. Read more about the Covid19 research currently ongoing at the Astbury Biostructure Laboratory electron microscope facility. The Astbury Biostructure Laboratory Electron Microscopy Facility is currently offering access to state-of-the-art cryo-electron microscopes for COVID-19 research. A research group from the University of York is taking advantage…
Congratulations to Alex O’Neill who has been promoted to Professor of Antimicrobial Research.
Congratulations to Ste Muench (pictured centre) who has been promoted to Associate Professor. Ste is a member of the School of Biomedical Sciences and the Astbury Centre.