Invited talk at Nottingham University

Thanks to Bill Wickstead for inviting me to give a talk as part of the Nottingham University School of Biology seminar series (17/10/2012). I spoke about High throughput genetic analysis in Trypanosoma brucei – deciphering trypanosome biology; an all encompassing title, but RNAi library screens access so many different elements of trypanosome biology that it’s difficult to be more specific!

It was a worthwhile trip both socially and scientifically, with the talk generating some great discussions both during and after – it was nice to find an enthusiastic (non-tryp) audience for some of our recent and not so recent findings (mostly focusing on the drug screen outputs published in Nature back in February, 2012).