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SBBS Professor of Genetics Geraldine Butler, and her research group have published a paper in PLoS Pathogens with a novel approach to investigating gene function in the major human fungal pathogen, Candida Parapsilosis.
It is with regret that this event has been postponed.
“Drug Discovery & Development of Novel Eye Therapeutics” Led by SBBS Dr. Breandan Kennedy, 3D-NET establishes an exciting and innovative European network of industry and academic partners, who exchange knowledge, people, and expertise to enhance the discovery and development of drugs that target these ocular pathologies (Funded by a FP7- Marie Curie IAPP grant).