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Upcoming seminars

16 September, 1pm (TB Davies
Seminar Room, Otto Beit Building)
Exploring the Genetics of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Series of talks
Katie Hamilton (Psychology Dept, UCT), Sofia Stathopoulos and Dr Colleen O'Ryan (MCB, UCT)
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Positions available at MCB

Applicants are invited to apply to join the Hapgood lab for MSc, PhD or Post Doc positions in 2015. A choice of projects is available. Some grant holder -linked bursaries are available and secure for 3 years.
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Two PhD positions are being offered starting as soon as possible in 2014. These are part of an NRF-funded project lead by Assoc Prof Vernon Coyne to develop candidate vaccines for aquacultured fish.
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Two PhD/MSc projects investigating phytoalexins and Maize Disease Resistance are available. The pro-
jects are to be supervised by Dr
Shane Murray and Dr Dionne
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An MSc position is being offered in
the Biopharming Research Unit
of Prof E Rybicki starting as soon as possible in 2014. This is
part of an NRF-funded project to produce Foot and mouth disease
virus vaccine candidates and
diagnostic reagents in plants.
Full details...

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University of Cape Town

Prof Ed Rybicki of the BRU gave a talk on "Biofarming the Future" at the TEDx Cape Town event in the Cape Town City Hall on Saturday August 16th, where he described how plants can be used to make the therapeutic anti-Ebola ZMapp antibody cocktail, as well as anti-HIV antibodies, and influenza and other vaccines. Watch the talk here.

Contact: Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Cape Town, Private Bag, Rondebosch, 7701
Telephone: 021 650 3270
Facsimile: 021 650 1861

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Biopharming Research Unit

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