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Opening Plenary Speaker
Mass Spectrometry: From Plasma Proteins to Mitochondrial Membranes

Professor Dame Carol Robinson, DBE, FRS, FMedSci

Professor Dame Carol Robinson holds the Chair of Dr. Lee’s Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford and is the first Director of the Kavli Institute for Nanoscience Discovery at Oxford.  She is recognised for using mass spectrometry to further research into the 3D structure of proteins and their complexes.   Recent highlights from her work include the discovery that membrane protein complexes can be liberated from micelles in the gas phase while retaining their subunit interactions, lipid binding properties and overall topology.  Her research has attracted international awards including the Royal Medal ‘A’ from the Royal Society, the Novozymes Prize 2019, the Anfinsen Award from the Protein Society and the Davy Medal and Rosalind Franklin Award from the Royal Society. Carol is a past President of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a Foreign Associate of the National Academy of Sciences USA. She holds ten honorary doctorates and received a DBE in 2013 for her contribution to science and industry.

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