CNBP PhD Student Ms Yuan Qi Yeoh enjoyed a two week collaborative visit with Prof Xuefeng Guo’s team at Peking University. Working with Peking University PhD student Xinjiani Chen on a research project involving the molecular dynamics of the secondary structure of a cyclic photoswitchable peptide.
Yuan Qi had the opportunity to participate in the fabrication process of the single-molecule devices. Specifically, they carried out temperature-dependent experiments using their advanced facilities to probe the molecular dynamics of the secondary structure upon photoswitching.
Yuan Qi says that “It was a great opportunity to collaborate with colleagues at Peking University in such high impact research and enjoyed working in their sophisticated research labs”
2018/11/29 : : Andrew Abell : career /mentoring session, MRS fall meeting, Boston convention centre :
2018/11/29 : : Andrew Abell : invited talk, MRS fall meeting, Boston convention centre, Boston USA : invited talk, MRS fall meeting, Boston convention centre
2018/11/29 : : Andrew Abell : invited talk RACI organic meeting, University of Western Australia : invited talk RACI organic meeting, University of Western Australia
2018/11/28 : : Andrew Abell : :
2018/11/28 : CONFIDENTIAL : Jiawen : Jiawen’s sallary in 2019-2020 will be co-funded by the Heart Foundation and Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. She will also get ~37k start-up fund (apart from other grants) :
2018/11/27 : : Dr Thomas Avery : Dr Thomas Avery attended the ASCEPT annual scientific meeting in 2018 using the 1 complimentary full registration for the 3 days that the Adelaide Node of CNBP had nominated Dr Thomas Avery to be the recipient of. :
2018/11/20 : : Andrew Abell : invited talk RACI bioorganic meeting, brisbane convention centre :
2018/11/18 : : Dr Thomas Avery : A poster entitled ‘Exploring Primed Site Binding Through Extension of the P2 Residue to Create Novel Boronic Acid Based Proteasome Inhibitors’ was presented at the Medicinal Chemistry Chemical Biology RACI conference held in Brisbane 2018 :
2018/11/15 : CONFIDENTIAL : Jiawen : I will be mentored by Prof Stephen Nicholls and Dr Christina Bursill for the next 12 months on developing the novel device to enable accurate detection of high risk atherosclerotic plaques :