Membrane Proteins From A to Z:

Colleagues from around the world will be joining us at the University of Leeds to discuss and celebrate the wonderful contributions that Steve made to the field of Biochemistry and specifically membrane protein structure and function.

This two day symposium will include a lecture from Nobel Laureate Prof. Sir John Walker FRS

15th December

17:00 – 19:00 Registration

16th December

08.30 – 09.00 Registration and Coffee
09.00 – 18.00 Symposium day 1
16.30 – 18.00 Public lecture by Professor Sir John Walker FRS - ‘Energy in Biology’
19.30 Conference dinner

17th December

09.00 – 17.30 Symposium day 2

Full programme available here - Please note these timings are subject to adjustment

How to book

Cost for symposium is £75 or £50 for students

 click here  to book your place at the symposium

The public lecture is free to attend but you will need to register here

Registration opened – 17th July
Registration closes – 1st December


Abstracts for posters and talks can be submitted until 15th October 2015 using the following link:

Confirmed Speakers include;

Sir John Walker FRS (Mitochondrial Biology Unit, Cambridge)

Prof. Sheena Radford FRS (University of Leeds)

Prof. Nieng Yan (Tsinghua University, China)

Prof. Jim Young (University of Edmonton, Canada)

Prof. Simon Phillips (Harwell Research Complex, Oxford)

Dr Liz Carpenter (Structural Genomics Consortium, Oxford) 

Bursaries for students are available to cover registration and travel from the Biochemical Society.


Donations towards a prize in Prof Steve Baldwin’s name can be given at:

To learn more about the work of Prof Stephen Balwin visit