Upcoming

3rd Oct 2019: UC Louvain, Brussels, Belgium

Title: Understanding polyprotein-based virus replication through quantitative proteomics and single-cell mass spectrometry.

 

25th Sept 2019: University of Newcastle, UK

Title: TBA

 

Past talks


1st July 2019: Institut Pasteur, Paris, France

Title: Understanding polyprotein-based virus replication through quantitative proteomics and single-cell mass spectrometry.

 

10th June 2019: Single Cell Proteomics 2019 – Boston, MA, USA

Title: Sample preparation for Single Cell Proteomics (Workshop)

Ed presented a workshop session focusing on sample preparation for SCoPE-MS based single-cell proteomics, alongside Harrison Specht, Gray Huffman and Nikolai Slavov who covered different aspects of SCoPE-MS experimental design and analysis.

(link to #SCP2019 program)

 

4th Dec 2018: Roslin Institute, UK

Title: Understanding polyprotein-based virus replication through quantitative proteomics and single-cell mass spectrometry.

 

9th Nov 2018: University of Liverpool, UK

Title: Understanding polyprotein-based virus replication through quantitative proteomics and single-cell mass spectrometry.

 

16th May 2017: Pirbright Institute, UK

Title: Norovirus control of the cellular environment: a role for viral and host proteases.

 

3rd Apr 2017: Microbiology Society Annual Conference – Edinburgh, UK (Poster)

Title: Precursors: the many faces of the norovirus protease.

 

13th Feb 2017: Division of Virology – University of Cambridge, UK

Title: Precursors: the many faces of the norovirus protease.

 

10th Oct 2016: VI International Calicivirus Conference – Savannah, GA, USA.

Title: Norovirus-mediated modification of the translational landscape via virus and host-induced cleavage of translation initiation factors.

 

6th Aug 2016: Clare Hall, Cambridge, UK 

Title: Winter vomiting disease: how norovirus hijacks its host

 

11th Dec 2015: Division of Virology – University of Cambridge, UK 

Title: Norovirus interactions with the host cell.

 

14th Aug 2015: Public Health England – Cambridge, UK 

Title: Norovirus translation: how norovirus uses and evades the host response to infection.

 

1st Apr 2015: Microbiology Society Annual Conference – Birmingham, UK 

Title: The norovirus protease: Differences in cleavage between genogroups may restrict norovirus recombinants.

 

1st Apr 2015: Microbiology Society Annual Conference – Birmingham, UK (Poster)

Title: Control & Evasion: Norovirus effects on host translation.

 

20th Mar 2014: UCL, UK

Title: Norovirus modulates cellular protein translation to impair the immune response to viral infection.

 

20th Mar 2014: Roslin Institute, UK

Title: Exploring norovirus-host interactions through proteomics.