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Institute of Structural & Molecular Biology, UCL/Birkbeck
The Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology (ISMB) was created in July 2003 to promote Structural Biology, Proteomics, and Chemical Biology at UCL and Birkbeck, and to foster closer links between:
  • the Research Department of Structural and Molecular Biology at UCL
  • the Department of of Biological Sciences
  • the Department of Chemistry at UCL
  • and the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems at Birkbeck
  • Aims The Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology seeks to provide a scientific environment conducive to world-class research in the field of protein science. Our understanding of protein function increasingly depends on a deeper knowledge of the chemical and physical principles that govern protein behaviour (substrate recognition, catalysis, macromolecular interaction, etc). Work at the institute seeks to integrate the chemical and physical sciences to provide the molecular basis of protein function. The ISMB also seeks to exploit the knowledge of protein function to further our understanding of human diseases.
    Members Members of the institute include some of the most productive UK scientists in the field of structural biology, chemical biology, biophysics, proteomics and bioinformatics. Individual members have developed an impressive funding base totalling more than £59M in over the period 2008-2009. ISMB members participate in five main research programmes and seek to generate collaborative and interdisciplinary research in the corresponding areas.

    45 Researchers
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