Professor Gilmore's research focuses on understanding the processes which govern bacterial biofilm formation and tolerance to antibiotics, and the discovery of novel antibiotics and disinfectant approaches. His recent work has included the application of cold plasmas for biofilm decontamination, discovery of novel antibiotics and biocatalytic enzymes from extremely halophilic microorganisms, and uncovering novel druggable targets in bacterial biofilm formation among the ESKAPE pathogens.
After the lecture light refreshments will be served.
This event is free to attend, but advance booking is essential for on site security. To sign up to this event please use the booking link at the top of this page.
The event is hosted by Norbrook Laboratories
- one of the largest privately owned veterinary pharmaceutical companies in the world. Please note: There are steps to the venue and it does not have full wheelchair access or hearing loops.
For any booking or website enquiries contact Danny Filer at firstname.lastname@example.org
or on 020 7685 2577.