Tina graduated from University of Zagreb with a degree in Molecular Biology during which she worked in Ivan Dikic's lab as an undergraduate. Tina did her PhD at MRC-LMB with Sarah Teichmann, working together with Cyrus Chothia and Jane Clarke on the evolution of protein complexes. In 2013 Tina moved to UCSF as a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow to work with Tanja Kortemme and Nevan Krogan on the mechanism of functional multi-specificity in a small GTPase switch.
‘Biophysical basis of cellular multi-specificity encoded in a model molecular switch - How does a small GTPase Ran/Gsp1 regulate multiple cellular processes’
Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 12:00
School of Life Sciences, MSI Small Lecture Theatre
Dr. Yogesh Kulathu
Professor Tom Owen-Hughes FRSE
Dr Tina Perica
University of California, San Francisco