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Kopriva Science Seminar Series, Amy Servid

Friday, October 5, 2012 at 4:10 pm
Chemistry and Biochemistry Building, Byker Auditorium

Amy Servid, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the recipient of a Kopriva Graduate Fellowship, will speak on "Engineering Protein Cages for Therapeutic and Materials Applications, Exploring the Interior and Exterior Surfaces." A reception will follow.

Servid is part of a team of researchers using protein cage nanoparticles to provide protective immune responses against respiratory viruses. Servid's research focuses on characterizing and modifying these nanoparticles with the goal of understanding how the structure of the nanoparticles relates to their function in vivo. She uses chemical and genetic modifications to design nanoparticles that display antigens or targeting molecules. This research provides a foundation for the design of nanoparticles that offer enhanced protection against influenza and other respiratory viruses.

The cost of this event is: Free and open to the public

For more information go to:
http://www.montana.edu/cpa/news/nwview.php?article=11441

For questions regarding this event, please contact:

College of Letters & Science, Jody Sanford
406-994-7791
jody.sanford@montana.edu

Sponsored by:
College of Letters and Science

Listed as: Colleges Letters and Science Lectures and Speakers Academics