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Edward Tate's Biography

Edward Tate, Professor of Chemical Biology, Imperial College London

Edward Tate is Professor of Chemical Biology in the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College London. He completed his Ph.D. in organic chemistry at the University of Cambridge in the group of Prof. Steve Ley. Following postdoctoral research in chemistry and biology on an 1851 Research Fellowship at Ecole Polytechnique and the Pasteur Institute in Paris, he moved to Imperial College London where he now leads a team of more than 40 scientists working on the design and application of chemical approaches to understand and manipulate living systems, with a particular focus on drug target discovery and validation. He is a Fellow of the Royal Societies of Chemistry (FRSC) and of Biology (FRSB), and received the 2012 Wain Medal, the 2013 MedImmune Protein and Peptide Science Award, the 2014 Norman Heatley Award, and a 2015 CRUK Programme Foundation Award in recognition of his group’s research in chemical biology and drug discovery. Website: .

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Chemical Biology Approaches to Target Protein Modification in Disease

Tuesday, 19 March 2013 at 10:00

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I will highlight some of our recent advances in probing protein lipidation using chemical proteomics, and describe how we have applied this technology to identify and exploit novel drug targets in protein lipidation pathways in infectious disease and cancer.

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