Early Career Researcher Magnetic Resonance Webinar Series


The ICMRBS is proud to support a webinar series for early career researchers working on magnetic resonance in biological systems. The series will run on the last Wednesday of every month via Zoom. Each will be approximately 1.5-hour long, consisting of 3 scientific talks, 1 non-scientific talk and some time for social networking afterwards. If you would like to present or nominate an ECR presenter, please contact one of our committee (details below). For the latest news related to the webinars follow our Twitter account.


Our next event will be 28th October 2020 6 a.m. PDT | 9 a.m. EDT | 2 p.m. CEST | 6:30 p.m. IST | 9 p.m. CST. The theme will be Nucleic Acids / Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions.

To join: Zoom link (Webinar-ID: 818 8169 4868 Password: ICMRBSECR)

Extending the Sensitivity of CEST NMR Spectroscopy to Micro‐to‐Millisecond Dynamics in Nucleic Acids Using High‐Power Radio‐Frequency Fields
Atul Rangadurai, Duke University USA

Ribosomal RNA – dynamic regions of E.coli h44
Hampus Karlsson, Karolinska Institutet Sweden

Modulation of pre-mRNA structure by hnRNP proteins regulates alternative splicing of MALT1 in T cells
Dr Alisha Jones, TU Munich Germany

How I got by with a little help from my friends
Prof Angela Gronenborn, University of Pittsburgh USA


ICMRBS ECR Committee

Angelo Gallo A.Gallo.1@warwick.ac.uk
Karoline Sanches karolsanches@gmail.com
Nick Fowler n.j.fowler@sheffield.ac.uk
Reid Alderson reid.alderson@utoronto.ca
Yanni Chin yanni.chin@imb.uq.edu.au

ICMRBS YouTube channel

Past webinars in this series will be made available via the ICMRBS YouTube channel.

ICMRBS Mailing List

Please email Kevin Gardner if you’d like to be added to the ICMRBS mailing list for news of upcoming conferences and affiliated events.

Previous speakers

29th September 2020 Structural Biology

Assessing the structure and interactions of γD-crystallin deamidation variants
Dr Alex Guseman, University of Pittsburgh USA

Probing the mechanism of inhibition of amyloid fibril formation by the chaperonin GroEL
Dr Marielle Wälti, National Institute of Health USA

High-resolution ex vivo NMR spectroscopy of human Z ɑ1-antitrypsin
Dr Chris Waudby, University College London UK