Congratulations to Professor David Klenerman on Royal Society Professorship

Congratulations to Professor David Klenerman on Royal Society Professorship Professor David Klenerman FMedSCi FRS from the Department of Chemistry has received the Royal Society GSK Research Professorship. These prestigious posts usually run for up to ten years and provide long-term support for internationally recognised scientists of exceptional accomplishments from a range of diverse areas including biochemistry, genetics, chemistry, developmental biology and physics. Professor Klenerman is known for co-inventing Illumina sequencing (a high-speed DNA sequencing method). His research is focused on developing and applying new biophysical methods, based on laser fluorescence spectroscopy and scanning probe microscopy. Professor Klenerman has developed techniques to image individual protein complexes on the surface of living cells to follow the processes occurring as the adaptive immune response is triggered. These methods are now being used to study…


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