Past IUBMB Jubilee Lecturers


Rachel GreenRachel Green, Johns Hopkins, USA
“Coordinated responses by ZAK and GCN2 kinases on colliding ribosomes dictate cell fate”
Given at the Molecular Biosystems Conference: Eukaryotic Gene Regulation and Functional Genomics for her outstanding contributions to understanding the molecular mechanisms of ribosome functions.

Puerto Varas, Chile | 25-29 September 2023

Lewis C. CantleyLewis C. Cantley, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, USA
“Linking protein kinases to phosphorylation sites that control cell growth, cell death and cell survival”
Given at the Understanding Cancer Metabolism: Exploring Tumor Heterogeneity to Advance Cancer Therapy.

Catanzaro, Italy | 30 June 2023


Hao WuHao Wu, Boston Children’s Hospital, USA
“Inflammasomes – the next frontier”
Given at the 47th Lorne conference on Protein Structure and Function for her outstanding contributions to understanding the molecular mechanisms of cell death.

Lorne, Victoria, Australia (Hybrid Meeting) | 6-10 February 2022

Sarah WoodsonSarah Woodson, Johns Hopkins University, USA
“Making a turnaround in a competitive landscape for RNA-protein interactions”
Given at the RNA in gene control across kingdoms for her outstanding contributions to RNA Biophysics.

Le Bischenberg – Bischoffsheim, France | 2-5 May 2022

Rommie E. AmaroRommie E. Amaro, UCSD, USA
“Computational Microscopy of SARS-CoV-2 In Situ”
Given at the 25th IUBMB Congress, 46th FEBS Congress, and 15th PABMB Congress for her outstanding contributions in computational biology to understand SARS-CoV-2.

Lisbon, Portugal | 9-14 July 2022

Susan TaylorSusan Taylor, UCSD, USA
“PKA and Me: A Journey of over Four Decades”
Given at the 88th Harden Meeting of the Biochemical Society on Beyond catalysis: kinases and pseudokinases 2022 for her outstanding contributions to understanding protein kinases.

Chesford Grange, Warwickshire, UK | 31 October – 3 November 2022