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Biology Department Doyle Lecture-Dr. Tony Hunter, Salk Institute in California.

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  • Fri, 05/26/2017 - 4:00pm




From the Biology Department: 

It is my great pleasure to invite you to this year’s Biology Doyle Lecture, delivered by Dr. Tony Hunter from the SALK Institute in California. Dr. Hunter is a very prolific scientist who has made an immense contribution to the field of tyrosine phosphorylation and signalling. His talk is titled “Protein phosphorylation; pancreatic cancer and new frontiers in histidine phosphorylation”.
 
The talk will be held in the Toldo Health Education Building, Room 202 at 4:00 PM. The talk will be followed by refreshments and an opportunity to interact with Dr. Hunter.
 
If you have any questions, please feel free to send an e-mail to dbgsa@uwindsor.ca. You can find more information about Dr. Hunter and his work at http://www.salk.edu/scientist/tony-hunter/
 
The lecture is open to the public and free-of-charge. I have attached a poster, which I hope you will post in your departments.
 
We are very fortunate to have Dr. Hunter come and visit us, and I hope everyone takes advantage of this great opportunity. 
 
On behalf of the graduate students, and the faculty and staff of the Department of Biological Sciences, I hope to see you all at the lecture!


Don Karl Roberto
robertod@uwindsor.ca
(519)253-3000 ext.4755