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November 11, 2019

Yamauchi (Bristol), Matthias (FMI Basel) and Bode (ETH Zurich) labs were awarded a highly competitive €7.6m ERC Synergy Grant for the proposal CHUbVi "Ubiquitin Chains in Viral Infections". This 6-year grant will be used to study the mechanisms of viral infections...

September 17, 2019

Group photo taken on day 2 in the Great Hall of Wills Memorial. More photos can be seen here in our Gallery.

August 14, 2019

https://twitter.com/CMMBristol/status/1153990638872014848?s=20

Two of our student alumni win a CMM prize at 2019 graduation ceremony! which took place on July 22nd. Many congrats and thanks girls for promoting our lab :)

Yara Aghabi (second from left), ex-Wellcome T...

July 17, 2019

The lab and undergrad summer interns went for lunch at Chris & Jo's kitchen around the corner on St. Michael's Hill!

June 5, 2019

Mark Marsh, director of MRC-LMCB (University College London), gave a lecture at the CMM seminar series.

Mark's seminar on IFITM proteins and how they block enveloped viruses from entering and infecting host cells.

Dinner at Brown's Restaurant with Mark, Andrew David...

April 12, 2019

Yohei invited his postdoc advisor (2008-2015) Ari Helenius of ETH Zurich to the CMM seminar on the 2nd of April. About 100 people attended this popular seminar and was a great success.

Ari Helenius' seminar announcement shown at the foyer displays of the Biome...

February 28, 2019

Hosted by Dr. Mark Dodding from the school of Biochemistry. My usual background slide on display.

First of all, announcing future CMM seminars of Ari Helenius (ETH Zurich) and Mark Marsh (UCL, MRC-LMCB) that I will be hosting in April !! Please attend.

Paul Verkade looks...

February 21, 2019

Yasu organised a gyoza  餃子 party to celebrate our Nature Microbiology paper! (Venue: courtesy of Alina R.)

Fig.1a-c Yasu took a day off to prepare for 200+ gyozas! Rice and miso soup was available (not shown).

Fig.2 Boys and girls (escape the lab) to master the...

January 29, 2019

Influenza A virus is a pathogen of great medical impact. To develop novel antiviral strategies, it is essential to understand the molecular aspects of virus–host cell interactions in detail. During entry, the viral ribonucleoproteins (vRNPs) that carry the RNA genome m...

January 28, 2019

We posted a blog article with our publication in Nature Microbiology, Miyake et al.

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