Paul Race

Paul Race

Company: University of Bristol

Job title: Professor - Biological Chemistry

Bio:

Paul Race is Professor of Biological Chemistry in the School of Biochemistry, University of Bristol (UoB). He is a founding Director of the Bristol BioDesign Institute (BBI) and is Bristol lead for the EPSRC funded UK Innovation and Knowledge Centre (IKC) in synthetic biology (SynbiCITE). From 2014-2018 PRR served as Co-Director of the >£14M BBSRC/EPSRC funded Bristol Centre for Synthetic Biology Research (BrisSynBio). He vacated this role in early 2018 to lead the >£2.7M EPSRC funded ‘Manufacturing Immortality’ project, which aims to develop bio-hybrid living materials. Race’s research focuses on the exploitation and manipulation of enzyme complexes, pathways and networks, en route to the development of new bioactive molecules, drug leads and biocatalysts. This activity is underpinned by fundamental studies of natural systems performed using an inherently multi-disciplinary approach.

Seminars:

Panel: Biocatalysis for a Sustainable Pharma Future 9:00 am

• Improving the productivity and the quality of APIs and intermediates, whilst also achieving cost savings and greater sustainability. • What evidence is there that biocatalysis is advantageous over traditional catalytic manufacturing methodsRead more

day: Day Two

Microbial lysyl oxidases: New Biocatalytic Tools for Chemical Biology, Materials Science And Beyond 11:30 am

Learn how Lysyl oxidases (LOXs) catalyze the oxidative deamination of lysyl and hydroxylysyl groups, generating reactive aldehydes that undergo intermolecular cross-linking reactions Discover how these enzymes are attractive candidates for use across a range of application areas, though their exploitation has been limited by challenges associated with their production at scale Outline progress in the…Read more

day: Day One

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