Conferences and Invited talks – Kalpana Surendranath
Keynote speaker- Toward building a sustainable next generation laboratory: Efficient nucleic acid extraction to improve genome engineering workflow- Organised by Microgem November 18th2021
“ Empty work bench to edited chromosomes: Evolution of student cocreators in cellular engineering at the university of Westminster”.Selected for the lightning talk at'Enhancing Teaching and Learning Through Learning Partnerships' Royal Society of Biology workshop planned for 26th March at University of Reading
University of Westminster, Life Sciences lunch time seminar series. Theme we are making an impact. Title: Generation CRISPR: Editing the blueprint of life from disease models to drug discovery’Dr. Kalpana Surendranath, Genome Engineering Lab Biomedical Sciences.
Westminster research conferenceDr. Kalpana Surendranath & Dr. John Murphy - The journey of rewriting the human genetic code: How we created a CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing strategy to support cancer research and drug discovery at the University of Westminster 20th June 2018
Designed and delivered a 2-day workshop on “Editing the blueprint of life –a CRISPR/Cas9 tool to dissect and cure human disease” 2nd August 2018 at the department of Biotechnology and Biochemistry at PSG Arts And Science College Coimbatore, India.
Invited guest lecture on“ Editing the blueprint of life –a CRISPR/Cas9 tool to dissect and cure human disease” Department of Biotechnology Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore August 2018 India
Invited guest lecture on“ Editing the blueprint of life –a CRISPR/Cas9 tool to dissect and cure human disease” Department of Biotechnology Lady Doak college, Madurai August 2018 India
Invited guest lecture on Guest lecture on“ Editing the blueprint of life –a CRISPR/Cas9 tool to dissect and cure human disease” Department Drug discovery Sathyabama group of institutions, August 2018 India
Invited to take part in a 4-day workshop on RNA and genome maintenance, co-operation and conflict management organised by the European Molecular Biology Organisation at IMB Germany 10-13th October 2018
Genome editing for cell and gene therapy: technology, models and translation 23rd November 2018
Shaikh Solaiman N, Sidali Ahmed Surendranath K and Murphy J. 2019 Multi-faceted zinc finger RNA binding protein ZFP36L1 in monitoring and maintaining genome stability at Charles Rodolphe Brupbacher Symposium, Zurich February 2019.
Invited talk – John Murphy
"Novel therapeutic targets in human blood cell malignancies: SLAMF7 receptor as a promising therapeutic target in multiple myeloma and B CLL”. Innovative Technologies in Clinical Immunology: From Immunodiagnostics and Immunotherapy to Personalized Targeted Immunorehabilitation, Tbilisi, Georgia, 19 June 2018 https://youtu.be/vhpVgv5AoiQ