IBioIC19 Session Speaker - Annemette Kjeldsen, University of Glasgow

Session Speaker - Spotlight on the PhD

Thursday 31st January 14.00 - 15.00

University of Glasgow and Ingenza Ltd. She is focused on developing the small fluorescent protein iLOV as an enabling tool within biotechnology. In addition to developing biosensors for anaerobic processes and structurally characterising iLOV-mutants by NMR, she is passionate about how biotechnology can help the growing environmental challenges. She recently helped IBioIC generate a report for BEIS on the current status of biodegradability of plastics. Before commencing on her PhD, Annemette obtained a Masters in Medicinal and Biological Chemistry from the University of Edinburgh in 2013. After this she worked for Ingenza Ltd, primarily as a protein chemist and assay development scientist.

Annemette's presentation is now available to download.

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IBioIC19 Session Speaker - Annemette Kjeldsen, University of Glasgow