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Trinity Hall Milestone Lecture 2016

Twists and turns: how proteins fold and how I came to my research career

By Professor Jane Clarke, Fellow in Natural Sciences

 

The failure of proteins to fold correctly is at the heart of many diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease and cancer. Professor Clarke describes some fundamental investigations into how proteins fold and avoid misfolding. She also explains how she came, almost by accident, to her research career, the obstacles she encountered and why she is passionate that girls and young women should have every opportunity to have a career in science.

You can now watch her fascinating lecture here.

 

The opinions expressed in this lecture are the presenter's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Trinity Hall.

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Issue 26
Autumn 2017

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