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1. Field, M.C., Menon, A.K., and Cross, G.A.M., (1990) 'Biosynthesis of glycosylphosphatidyl inositol membrane anchors in procyclic form Trypanosoma brucei.' 15th International Carbohydrate Symposium, Yokohama, Japan.

2. Field, M.C., Menon, A.K., and Cross, G.A.M., (1991) 'Biosynthesis in vitro of glycosylphosphatidylinositol membrane anchors in procyclic form Trypanosoma brucei.' 2nd Molecular Parasitology Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

3. Field, M.C., Menon, A.K., and Cross, G.A.M., (1991) 'Biosynthesis in vitro of glycosylphosphatidylinositol membrane anchors in procyclic form Trypanosoma brucei.' ASBMB Fall Symposium, 'Biological Significance of Lipid Modifications of Proteins', Keystone, Colorado, USA.

4. Field, M.C., (1992) 'Ancrage glycolipidique des proteines de la surface cellulaire.' Bio-Recognition - International Industrial Biotechnology Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

5. Field, M.C., and Boothroyd, J.C., (1993) 'Intracellular trafficking and post-translational modification of the major surface antigen, procyclin (PARP), in procyclic Trypanosoma brucei.' West Coast UCLA Kinetoplastida Symposium, Los Angeles, California, USA.

6. Field, M.C., (1994) 'Quality control of GPI-anchor addition' London Cell Trafficking Group, Laboratory of Molecular Cell Biology, University College London, London, UK.

7. Field, M.C., (1996) 'Approaches towards characterisation of protozoan vesicle trafficking: The Rab proteins of Trypanosoma brucei' London Molecular Parasitology Group, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.

8. Field, M.C., and Field, H., (1997) 'Tandem duplication of Rab genes followed by sequence divergence and acquisition of distinct functions in Trypanosoma brucei' 661st Meeting of the Biochemical Society, University of Bath, Bath, UK.

9. Field, M.C., (1997) 'Novel small GTPases from Trypanosoma brucei; structure and function' 7th Molecular Parasitology Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

10. Field, M.C., (1997) 'Trafficking mechanisms in mammals and protozoa' University of Manchester, Research Seminar.

11. Field, M.C., (1998) 'Rab genes and prenyltransferases as tools for dissection of protozoan vesicle transport' Wellcome Unit for Molecular Parasitology, Glasgow.

12. Field, M.C., (1998) 'Dissection of the secretory pathway of Trypanosoma brucei' London Cell Trafficking Group, Imperial Cancer Research Fund Laboratories, London, UK.

13. Field, H., and Field, M.C., (1998) 'Rab proteins, small GTPases in Trypanosoma brucei, as markers capable of manipulating the secretory and endocytosis pathways' British Society for Parasitological Meeting, Arcachon, France.

14. Ali, B.R.S., and Field, M.C., (1998) 'Protein prenylation in trypanosomes' London Molecular Parasitology Group 100th meeting, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.

15. Field, H., and Field, M.C., (1998) 'Why does a Golgi Rab not come under normal regulatory processes?' London Molecular Parasitology Group 100th meeting, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.

16. Field, H., Ali, B.R.S., and Field, M.C., (1998) 'The membrane trafficking system of Trypanosoma brucei: TbRAB protein mutants and their effects on protein secretion' 9th Molecular Parasitology Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

17. Field, M.C. (1999) 'ER-degradation in mammals and prenylation as a drug target in trypanosomes' School of Biological Sciences, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.

18. Field, M.C. (1999) 'ER-degradation in mammals and prenylation as a drug target in trypanosomes' National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London, UK.

19. Field, M.C. (1999) ‘Intracellular trafficking in Trypanosoma brucei.' New York University, New York, USA.

20. Field, H., Nesbeth, D.N., Morgan, G.W., Pal, A., and Field, M.C., (1999) 'Regulation of endocytotic mechanisms in Trypanosoma brucei brucei.' London Molecular Parasitology Group Second Annual Symposium, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.

21. Field, M., (2000) 'Regulation of endocytotic mechanisms in Trypanosoma brucei brucei' Department of Microbiology, Medical School, University of Athens, Athens, Greece.

22. Field, M., (2000) 'Intracellular transport in trypanosomes and mammals; rab proteins and quality control mechanisms' Research Seminar, University of Marburg, Germany.

23. Field, M., (2000) 'Intracellular transport in trypanosomes and mammals; rab proteins and quality control mechanisms' Research Seminar, Laboratoire de Chimie Biologique, CNRS UMR 8576, Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France.

24. Pal, A., Nesbeth, D.N., Hall, B., Morgan, G.M., and Field, M.C., (2000) 'Receptor-mediated uptake of LDL by Trypanosoma brucei is controlled by TbRab5A' 11th Molecular Parasitology Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

25. Morgan, G.W., Allen, C.A., Jeffries, T.R., Pal, A., and Field M.C., (2000) 'Developmental and morphological regulation of clathrin-mediated endocytosis Trypanosoma brucei.' 121h Molecular Parasitology Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

26. Morgan, G.W., Jeffries, T.R., Pal, A., Hall, B.S., and Field, M.C., (2000) 'Control of endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei.' Third COST B9 Congress on Antiprotozoal Chemotherapy and Trypanosomiasis and Leishmaniasis Seminars, Bruges, Belgium, 28-31 May 2000.

27. Morgan, G.W., Jeffries, T.R., Pal, A., Hall, B.S., and Field, M.C., (2000) 'Control of endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei.' 18th International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Satellite Meeting on Gene Action and Cellular Function in Parasitic Protozoa 13-15 July 2000, Manchester, UK.

28. Ali, B.R.S., Tjernberg, A., Chait, B.T., and Field, M.C., (2000) 'A microsomal GTPase is involved in glycopeptide export from the mammalian ER' 28th Steenbock Symposium, August 12-14, Madison, Wisconsin.

29. Field, M.C., (2000) 'Control of endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei.' Max Planck Institute, Tubingen, Germany. November 2000.

30. Field, M.C., (2000) 'Control of endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei.' Frie Universitie, Berlin, Germany. November 2000.

31. Field, M.C., (2000) 'Control of endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei.' Biochemical Society seminar, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, December 2000.

32. Field, M.C., (2001) 'Control of endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei' Biochemistry Department, Royal Holloway College, London, February 2001.

33. Field, M.C., (2001) 'Control of endocytosis and nuclear isolation in Trypanosoma brucei' Institute of Cell Biology, Bern, Switzerland, April 2001.

34. Field, M.C., (2001) 'G-proteins and endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei' British Parasitology Meeting, University of Keele, Staffordshire, April 2001.

35. Field, M.C., (2001) 'G-proteins and endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei' ICOP XI (XI International congress of Protozoology, Salzburg, Austria, July 2001. Session organiser.

36. Field, M.C., (2001) 'Functional genomics for Trypanosoma brucei' 12th Molecular Parasitology Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

37. Hall, B., and Field, M.C., (2001) 'Surface architecture of Trypanosoma brucei is controlled by the small GTPase TbRAB4' 12th Molecular Parasitology Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

38. Pal, A., Hall, B.S., Nesbeth, D.N., Field, H., and Field, M.C., (2001) 'Control of receptor-mediated endocytosis of low density lipoprotein by TbRab5Ap in Trypanosoma brucei' 12th Molecular Parasitology Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

39. Rout, M.P., and Field, M.C., (2001) 'Subcellular fractionation of an evolutionary divergent eukaryote: isolation and characterisation of subnuclear compartments from Trypanosoma brucei brucei' 12th Molecular Parasitology Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

40. Field, M.C., (2001) ‘Functional genomics for Trypanosoma brucei’ A symposium to discuss a Postgenomic project for the African Trypanosome. Organiser and chair, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

41. Field, M.C., (2002) ‘Endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei’ February. Research Seminar, Peter Medawar Building, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

42. Field, M.C., (2002) ‘Membrane traffic in Trypanosoma brucei’ February. Cost B9 expert meeting on Lipid Transport and Chemotherapeutics in Protozoa, Utrecht, Holland.

43. Field, M.C., (2002) 'Postgenomics and the molecular cell biology of the African trypanosome.' British Society for Parasitology, 9-11th April, Salford. Session organiser and chair.

44. Pal, A., Hall, B.S., Field, M.C., and Voorheis, H.P., (2002) ‘Single turnover analysis of anti-variant surface glycoprotein antibodies and transferrin in recycling in Trypanosoma brucei’ British Society for Parasitology Trypanosomiasis and Leishmaniasis Seminar, 8-11th September, Edinburgh, UK.

45. Field, M.C., (2002) 'Postgenomics and the molecular cell biology of the African trypanosome' British Society for Parasitology Trypanosomiasis and Leishmaniasis Seminar, 8-11th September, Edinburgh, UK. Session organiser and chair.

46. Allen, C.L., Morgan, G.W., and Field, M.C., (2002) ‘The clathrin heavy chain is essential in all life stages of Trypanosoma brucei’ 13th Molecular Parasitology Meeting, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

47. Allen, C.L., Morgan, G.W., Goulding, D., and Field, M.C. (2002) The clathrin heavy chain is essential in the major life stages of Trypanosoma brucei. The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Annual Meeting, November 10-14, Denver, Colorado, USA.

48. Field, M.C., (2002) ‘Endocytosis as a mechanism for immune evasion in the African Trypanosome.’ Research seminar, 13th November, Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge, UK.

49. Field, M.C., (2003) ‘Endocytosis in the African Trypanosome; molecular characterisation and role in virulence’ Research seminar, 4th February, School of Biological Sciences, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.

50. Field, M.C., (2003) ‘Endocytosis in the African Trypanosome; molecular characterisation and role in virulence’ Research seminar, 13th March, Wellcome Trust Centre for Molecular Parasitology, Glasgow, UK.

51. Allen, C.L., and Field, M.C., (2003) ‘Clathrin-mediated endocytosis is essential in Trypanosoma brucei’ British Society for Parasitology, April 4-6, UMIST, UK.

52. Field, M.C., (2003) ‘Recycling systems in the trypanosome endocytic pathway.’ Research seminar, ZMBH Heidelberg Universitat, Germany. 30 April 2003.

53. Field, M.C., Hall, B., Morgan, G.W., and Goulding, D., (2003) ‘Alternative recycling pathways and absent friends in the endocytic system of trypanosomes’. Ringberg Parasitology Meeting, 11-15th May, Ringberg Schlob, Germany.

54. Field, M.C., Gull, K., Carrington, M., Barry, J.D., Matthews, K., Ferguson, M.A.J., Horn, D., Subramaniam, C., Redmond, S., Veazey, P., Hayes-Sinclair, J, (2003) ‘TrypanoFAN: postgenomic analysis of gene function in Trypanosoma brucei’ Tri-Tryp meeting, Hinxton Hall, Cambridgeshire, UK 2-4th June.

55. Field, M.C., (2003) ‘Endocytic systems in Trypanosoma brucei: developmental regulation and virulence.’ Institute for Animal Health, Berkshire, UK, 28th June.

56. Field, M.C., (2003) ‘Endocytic systems in Trypanosoma brucei: developmental regulation and virulence’. European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, Cambridge, UK, 6th September.

57. Chung, W-L., Carrington, M., and Field, M.C., (2004) ‘Carboxy-terminal targeting signals in glycoproteins of trypanosomes’ British Society for Parasitology, April 4-7, Chester, UK.

58. Field, MC., Morgan, G.W., Allen, C.L., and Ackers, J., (2004) ‘Evolution of membrane trafficking systems in trypanosomatids.’ British society for parasitology, Trypanosomiasis and leishmaniasis seminar, 27-30th August 2004, Ceské Budujovice, Czech Republic.

59. Field, M.C., (2004) ‘TrypanoFAN - use of RNAi to validate drug targets in parasitic protozoa.’ ASM Conference on Functional Genomics and Bioinformatics Approaches to Infectious Disease Research. October 6-9, 2004, Portland, Oregon.

60. Tippins, J.R., and Field, M.C (2004) ‘From whole organ to molecule; thromboxane receptor function at the subcellular level in oxidative stress.’ Imperial College Cell Club, December 7th, London, UK.

61. Field, M.C., (2004) ’Clathrin-mediated endocytosis and sorting of GPI-anchored proteins in trypanosomes; old acquaintances and some absent friends.’ One day meeting on Membrane Trafficking 2004, University College, London.

62. Field, M.C., (2005) “Developmental regulation and immune evasion in the trypanosome endocytic system.” Cambridge Cell Biology seminars, January 17, Cambridge, UK

63. Field, M.C., (2005) “What has the trypanosome genome done for you?” Research talk at the Department of Pathology Research Symposium, St John’s College, Cambridge. Meeting organiser for the event.

64. Field, M.C., (2005) “Developmental regulation and immune evasion in the trypanosome endocytic system.” Research seminar, University of California, May 11th, San Francisco, California, USA.

65. Field, M.C., (2005) “Developmental regulation of endocytosis in trypanosomes.” XXIst Meeting of the Brazilian Society for Protozoology, Hotel Gloria-Caxambu-MG, Caxambu, Brazil. November 7-9.

66. Field, M.C., (2005) “Developmental regulation of endocytosis in trypanosomes.” Joint EMBO-FEBS-ESF workshop in Membrane Dynamics in Endocytosis, Sant Feliu de Guixols, Espania, 17-22 September.

67. Field, M.C., (2005) ‘Intracellular transport systems in trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, 16th November, Departamento de Microbiologia, Imunologia e Parasitologia, Universidade Federal de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.

68. Hall, B.S., Gabernet-Castello, C., Voak, A., Goulding, D., Natesan, S., and Field, M.C., (2006) ‘TbVps34, the trypanosome orthologue of Vps34, is required for Golgi complex segregation’ COST action B22 Drug development for parasitic diseases, COST22 WG2: Drug target characterisation. May 7th – 9th, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

69. Hall, B.S., Gabernet-Castello, C., Voak, A., Goulding, D., Natesan, S., and Field, M.C., (2006) ‘TbVps34, the trypanosome orthologue of Vps34, is required for Golgi complex segregation’ Trypanosome Flagellum Meeting, May 31st – June 2nd 2006, The Pasteur Institute, Paris, France.

70. Hall, B.S., Gabernet-Castello, C., Voak, A., Goulding, D., Natesan, S., and Field, M.C., (2006) ‘TbVps34, the trypanosome orthologue of Vps34, is required for Golgi complex segregation’ ICOPA XI August 7th – 11th, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

71. Field, M.C., (2006) ‘Intracellular transport systems in trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, 9th November, Instituto de Parasitología y Biomedicina "López-Neyra", Granada, Espania.

72. Field, M.C., (2007) ‘Intracellular transport systems in trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, 21st June, Imperial College, London, UK.

73. Field, M.C., (2007) ‘The current and future impact of postgenomic approaches to trypanosome cell biology.’ Kinetoplastid Molecular Cell Biology Meeting, April 22nd- 26th 2007, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

74. deGrasse, J., Chait, B.T., Field, M.C., and Rout, M.P., (2007) ‘Modern methods, ancient organisms: The nuclear pore complex of the African trypanosome in an evolutionary context.’ Kinetoplastid Molecular Cell Biology Meeting, April 22nd- 26th 2007, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

75. Field, M.C., (2007) ‘Membrane transport in trypanosomes; insights into virulence, regulation and evolution.’ Departmental seminar, Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge, UK. October 2007.

76. Field, M.C., (2007) ‘Evolution of membrane transport systems; insights from parasitic protists.’ American Society for Cell Biology, minisymposium on Evolution of Eukaryotic Endomembrane Systems, 1st – 5th December 2007, Washington, District of Columbia, USA.

77. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Endocytosis in trypanosomes; developmental regulation and virulence’ Research Seminar, New York University, 28th January 2008, New York, USA.

78. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Sophisticated, but inflexible, differentiation programs modulate intracellular transport during life cycle progression in Trypanosoma brucei.’ British Society for Parasitology, Newcastle University, 30th March-2nd April 2008, Newcastle, UK.

79. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘A role for ubiquitylation in maintaining the surface coat of trypanosomes.’ Pathology Departmental Research Symposium, 17th April 2008, St John’s College, Cambridge, UK.

80. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Protein targeting in lower eukaryotes; evolution, mechanisms and functions’ Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência (IGC), Invited Lecture series, May 23rd 2008, Oeiras, Portugal.

81. Field, M.C., (2008) 'Issues at the interface of cell biology, proteomics and in silico models; the trypanosome nuclear pore complex.' Evolutionary cell biology workshop, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, 9-10th May 2008, Oeiras, Portugal.

82. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Endocytosis in trypanosomes; developmental regulation and virulence’ Invited Lecture, Gordon Research Conference on ‘Lysosomes and Endocytosis’, June 22-27th 2008 Proctor Academy, Andover, New Hampshire, USA.

83. Leung, K-F, Carrington M., and Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Sorting of trans-membrane domain proteins from GPI-anchored protein requires ubiquitylation in trypanosomes.’ Biochemical Society focused meeting on ESCRTs, Robinson College, Cambridge, August 23rd 2008.

84. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Evolution of two complex machines - endocytosis and nucleocytoplasmic transport.’ School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Queen Mary College, University of London, London, UK. 1st October 2008.

85. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Analysis of gene function in trypanosomes - roles of ubiquitylation in endocytosis and characterizing the nuclear pore complex by proteomics.’ South China Agricultural University, Guangzhou, China. 17th October 2008.

86. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Analysis of gene function in trypanosomes - roles of ubiquitylation in endocytosis and characterizing the nuclear pore complex by proteomics.’ Chinese National Parasitology Congress, Shenzen, China. 18th October 2008.

87. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Analysis of gene function in trypanosomes - roles of ubiquitylation in endocytosis and characterizing the nuclear pore complex by proteomics.’ Sichuan Animal Science Academy, Chengdu, China. 20th October 2008.

88. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Analysis of gene function in trypanosomes - roles of ubiquitylation in endocytosis and characterizing the nuclear pore complex by proteomics.’ Beijing Agriculture Institute, Beijing, China. 23rd October 2008.

89. Leung, K.F., and Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Conservation of the ESCRT machinery across eukaryotes.’ One day meeting on Membrane Trafficking 2008, University College, London.

90. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Analysis of gene function in trypanosomes - roles of ubiquitylation in endocytosis and characterizing the nuclear pore complex by proteomics.’ Research seminar, Anacor Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 1020 East Meadow Circle, Palo Alto, California, USA

91. Field, M.C., (2008) ‘Analysis of gene function in trypanosomes - roles of ubiquitylation in endocytosis and characterizing the nuclear pore complex by proteomics.’ Research seminar, USCF, San Francisco, California, USA.

92. Field, M.C., (2009) ‘Analysis of gene function in trypanosomes - roles of ubiquitylation in endocytosis and characterizing the nuclear pore complex by proteomics.’ Bay Area Parasitology Club, San Francisco, California, USA.

93. Field, M.C., (2009) ‘Analysis of gene function in trypanosomes - roles of ubiquitylation in endocytosis and characterizing the nuclear pore complex by proteomics.’ Research seminar, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

94. Field, M.C., (2009) ‘Analysis of gene function in trypanosomes - roles of ubiquitylation in endocytosis and characterizing the nuclear pore complex by proteomics.’ Research seminar, UCLA, Los Angeles, California, USA.

95. Field, M.C., (2009) ‘Evolution of the eukaryotic endomembrane system - first and last ancestors.’ UCSF Trafficking Club, Research Seminar, UCSF, San Francisco, California, USA.

96. Field, M.C., and Dacks, J.B., (2009) ‘Evolution of the eukaryotic endomembrane system - first and last ancestors.’ American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 18th - 22nd April 2009, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.FASEB J. 23 (Meeting Abstract Supplement) 319.2.

97. Field, M.C., Rout, M.P., and Chait, B.T., (2009) ‘Evolution of the nuclear envelope: Conserved and divergent features.’ Mechanisms of Nuclear Transport 23-29th August, 2009, Banff, Canada.

98. Field, M.C., Rout, M.P., and Chait, B.T., (2009) ‘Evolution and function of the nuclear envelope: Analysis by proteomics, comparative genomics and localization.’ Mitochondrion of Trypanosoma brucei enters the post – proteomic era, 27th - 30th September, 2009, Třešť, Czech Republic.

99. Lumb, J., and Field, M.C., (2009) ‘Rab28 is a regulator of MVB and retromer-mediated traffic.’ UK Membrane Traffic One Day Meeting, 14th December 2009, London, UK.

100. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Intracellular trafficking; evolution and roles in trypanosome infection.’ 5th February 2010, Instituto de Parasitología y Biomedicina "López-Neyra", Parque Tecnológico de Ciencias de la Salud, Granada, Spain.

101. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Intracellular trafficking; evolution and roles in trypanosome infection.’ 9th February, Department of Chemistry, Durham University, Durham, UK.

102. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Evolution of intracellular trafficking’ 1st March, EvoCell workshop, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California, USA.

103. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Intracellular trafficking in Trypanosoma brucei’ 3rd March, EvoCell workshop, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California, USA.

104. Leung, K-F., and Field, M.C., (2010) ‘A role for ubiquitylation in maintaining the surface coat of trypanosomes.’ Pathology Departmental Research Symposium, 24th April 2010, Downing College, Cambridge, UK.

105. duBois, K., Buisson, J., Swiderski, M., Bastain, P., Barry, D., Rout, M.P., and Field, M.P., (2010) ‘NUP-1, a large coiled-coil protein in Trypanosoma brucei, performs analogous functions to lamins of Metazoa.’ British Society for Parasitology, Cardiff University, 28th March-30th March 2010, Cardiff, UK.

106. Lumb, J., and Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Trypanosoma brucei Rab28 mediates late endocytic processes including sensitivity to trypanosome lytic factor.’ British Society for Parasitology, Cardiff University, 28th March-30th March 2010, Cardiff, UK.

107. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Membrane trafficking systems; trypanosomes, surfaces and genomes.' British Society for Parasitology, Cardiff University, 28th March-30th March 2010, Cardiff, UK. Wright Medal Lecture.

108. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Getting in and out of the trypanosome nucleus; connecting the nuclear pore and antigenic variation.’ ‘Molecular Interactions during Infection’ University of Hannover Medical School and Veterinary School Summer School 19th May 2010, Juliusruh, Rügen, Germany.

109. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Evading the innate and acquired immune responses; the trypanosome has the solution’ ‘Molecular Interactions during Infection’ University of Hannover Medical School and Veterinary School Summer School 19th May 2010, Juliusruh, Rügen, Germany.

110. Field, M.C., Elias, M., and Dacks, J.B., (2010) ‘GTPase specificity and evolution of the eukaryotic cell.’ Society of Experimental Biology, 30th June - 3rd July 2010, Prague, Czech Republic.

111. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Intracellular trafficking in Trypanosoma brucei’ 21st July 2010, Biology of Parasitism Summer School, Marine Biology Laboratories, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

112. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘A role for ubiquitylation in maintaining the surface coat of trypanosomes.’ ICOPA XII, 15th - 20th August 2010, Melbourne, Australia.

113. Field, M.C., Elias, M., and Dacks, J.B., (2010) ‘GTPase specificity and evolution of the eukaryotic cell.’ Evolutionary Biology Meeting, 21st - 24th September 2010, Marseille, France.

114. Koumandou, V.L., Dacks, J.B., and Field, M.C. (2010) ‘Evolution of the retromer trafficking complex.’ 14th Evolutionary Biology Meeting at Marseilles, September 21-24, Marseilles France.

115. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Membrane trafficking and immune evasion in African trypanosomes.’ Research seminar 5th October, Unversity of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France.

116. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Membrane trafficking; Rabs, retromers and evolution of the eukarytic cell.’ Research seminar 4th November, Department of Genetics, Unversity of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

117. Field, M.C., (2010) ‘Membrane trafficking and immune evasion in African trypanosomes.’ Research seminar 29th November 2010, University of York, York, UK.

118. Field, M.C., (2011) ‘Linking the nuclear pore complex to antigenic variation in African trypanosomes; chromatin, lamins and gene expression.’ Research seminar 10th February 2011, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.

119. Field, M.C., (2011) ‘Reconstructing the last eukaryotic common ancestor by trafficking around the cell’. Research seminar 3rd March 2011, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK.

120. Field, M.C., (2011) ‘Linking the nuclear pore complex to antigenic variation in African trypanosomes; chromatin, lamins and gene expression.’ Research seminar 10th February 2011, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK.

121. Koumandou, V.L., and Field, M.C., (2011) ‘The membrane trafficking sytem.’ Annotation meeting March 16th ‘Obtaining the full sequence of two plant trypanosomatids’. Genoscope, Evry, France.

122. Field, M.C., Elias, M., and Dacks, J.B., (2011) ‘GTPase specificity and evolution of the eukaryotic cell.’ PhD defense symposium, 30th March, 2011, Utrecht, Holland.

123. Leung, K.F, and Field, M.C., (2011) ‘The importance of ubiquitylation to maintaining the surface coat of African trypanosomes.’ Biochemical Society, Endocytosis Meeting, University of Birmingham 4th- 5th April, Birmingham, UK

124. DuBois, K.N., Alsford, S., Buisson, J., Swiderski, M., Bart, J.M., Ratushny, A.T., Wan, Y., Bastin, P., Barry, J.D., Navarro, M., Horn, D., Aitchison, J.D., Rout, M.P., and Field, M.C., (2011) ‘Epigenetic regulation at the nuclear periphery mediated by a non-metazoan lamin analogue.’ Kinetoplastid Molecular Cell Biology Meeting, April 8th- 12th 2011, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

125. Alsford, S., Baker, N., Leung, K-F., Field, M.C., and Horn, D. (2011) ‘Novel drug uptake and potential resistance mechanisms in African trypanosomes: Suramin.’ Kinetoplastid Molecular Cell Biology Meeting, April 8th- 12th 2011, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

126. Obado, S.O., DeGrasse, J., DuBois, K.N., Field, M.C., Chait, B.T., and Rout, M.P., (2011) ‘Architecture and function of the trypanosome nuclear envelope revealed using high resolution interactome mapping.’ Kinetoplastid Molecular Cell Biology Meeting, April 8th- 12th 2011, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

127. Leung, K.F, and Field, M.C., (2011) ‘The importance of ubiquitylation to maintaining the surface coat of African trypanosomes.’ VI European Congress of Protistology, 25th - 29th July, Berlin, Germany.

128. Manna, P., and Field M.C., (2011) ‘Phosphoinositides and membrane transport in African Trypanosomes.’ 1st Cambridge Membrane Trafficking Meeting, 1st July, Cambridge, UK.

129. Field, M.C., (2011) ‘Intracellular trafficking in Trypanosoma brucei’ 26th July 2011, Biology of Parasitism Summer School, Marine Biology Laboratories, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

130. Field, M.C., (2011) ‘Proteomics on the rim; insights into the biology of the nuclear envelope of trypanosomes.’ British Society for Parasitology Autumn Symposium, 14th - 15th September, Lancaster, UK.

131. Field, M.C., (2011) ‘Exocytosis in trypanosomes - ancient and modern mechanisms.’ Society for Experimental Biology Summer meeting, 19th - 21st September, London, UK.

132. Leung, K.F, and Field, M.C., (2011) ‘The importance of ubiquitylation to maintaining the surface coat of African trypanosomes.’ Dynamic endosomes: mechanisms controlling endocytosis EMBO Conference Series, 24th - 29th September, Chania, Crete, Greece.

133. DuBois, K.N., Alsford, S., Buisson, J., Swiderski, M., Bart, J.M., Ratushny, A.T., Wan, Y., Bastin, P., Barry, J.D., Navarro, M., Horn, D., Aitchison, J.D., Rout, M.P., and Field, M.C., (2011) ‘Lamina-mediated epigenetic regulation at the nuclear periphery is a fundamental mechanism for developmental control throughout eukaryotes.’ EMBO Workshop on Mechanisms of Nucleocytoplasmic Trafficking, Ma'ale Hachamisha, 6th to 11th November 2011, Jerusalem Hills, Israel

134. Field, M.C., (2011) ‘Connecting antigenic variation with the nucleus and the surface.’ 14th November 2011, Faculty of Biology Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

135. Field, M.C., (2012) ‘Connecting antigenic variation with the nucleus and the surface.’ January 2012, Universidade Fereral de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil.

136. Field, M.C., (2012) ‘Finding things that are not there - lessons at the nuclear envelope.’ 23rd - 25th February, Evolutionary Origins of Compartmentalized Cells, National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

137. Manna, P.T., Adung’a, V.O., Gadelha, C., Puttick, A., and Field, M.C., (2012) ‘Regulators of endosomal membrane trafficking in Trypanosoma brucei.’ 2nd to 5th April April, British Society for Parasitology 50th Anniversary Meeting, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.

138. Field, M.C., (2012) ‘Connecting antigenic variation with the nucleus and the surface.’ 13th April 2012, Department fuer Chemie, Universitaet fuer Bodenkultur, Wien Austria.

139. Field, M.C., (2012) ‘Mining the proteome of a neglected tropical disease pathogen: New mechanisms, new functions, old dangers.’ 2012 TCNP All-Hands Meeting, July 9-10, 2012, Lister Hill Auditorium, National Library of Medicine, NIH Campus.

140. Field, M.C., (2012) ‘A lamina for trypanosomes.’ George Cross Symposium on Molecular Parasitology, July 5th-7th, 2012, Sydney Sussex College, Cambridge, UK.

141. Field, M.C., Obado, S., Maishman, L., Holden, J., Boehm, C., Rout, M.P. and Chait, B.T., (2012) ‘Mining the trypanosome proteome: New mechanisms, new functions, old dangers.’ Wellcome Trust Infectious Disease Genomics & Global Health Conference, 1st to 3rd October 2012, Moller Centre, Cambridge.

142. Field, M.C., (2012) ‘Nuclear envelopes, flagellar pockets: Using proteomics for evolution, cell biology and trypanosomes.’ Weill Cornell Biochemistry Trafficking Seminar series, 23rd October 2012, Cornell University Medical School, New York, New York, USA.

143. Field, M.C., (2012) ‘Nuclear envelopes, flagellar pockets: Using proteomics for evolution, cell biology and trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, 5th December 2012, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA.

Field, M.C., (2012) ‘Nuclear envelopes, flagellar pockets: Using proteomics for evolution, cell biology and trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, 10th December 2012, North Western University, Chicago, Ilinois, USA.

145. Field M.C., (2012) ‘Evolution of the NPC and Nuclear Lamina: Insights from Proteomics and Parasites.’ Special Interest Subgroup, American Society for Cell Biology 15th - 19th December, San Francisco, California, USA.

146. Field M.C., (2012) ‘Birth and Death in the Eukaryotic Endomembrane System - Novel Approaches to Defining Gene Cohorts and Evolution.’ Special Interest Subgroup, American Society for Cell Biology 15th - 19th December, San Francisco, California, USA.

147. Field, M.C., (2012) ‘Whole genome screens for drug target identification in trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, Anacor Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 1020 East Meadow Circle, Palo Alto, California, USA.

148. Field, M.C., (2012) ‘Trypanosomes, drugs, (lack of) control: A brief primer.’ Research brief, Anacor Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 1020 East Meadow Circle, Palo Alto, California, USA.

150. Field, M.C., (2013) ‘Getting in and out of the tryanosome nucleus: Or, on finding things that are not there.’ Research seminar, 19th March 2013, University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland.

151. Field, M.C., (2013) ‘Transport, recycling, garbage and VSG.’ Kinetoplastid Molecular Cell Biology Meeting, April 21st- 25th 2013, Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Massachusetts, USA.

152. Field, M.C., (2013) ‘Getting in and out of the tryanosome nucleus: Or, on finding things that are not there.’ Research seminar, 17th May 2013, University of Wurtzburg, Wurtzburg, Germany.

153. Field, M.C., Maishman, L., Obado, S., Holden, J., Chait, B.T., and Rout, M.P., (2013) ‘Evolution and function of the trypanosome nuclear pore complex.’ Mitosis and Nuclear Structure Workshop, Sunday 23rd – Wednesday 26th June 2013, Wiston House, West Sussex, UK.

154. Field, M.C., (2013) ‘Breaking the fourth wall of evolutionary cell biology with proteomics.’ International Congress of Protistology XIV, July 28th - August 2nd, 2013, Vancouver, Canada.

155. Field, M.C., (2013) ‘Evolution of the eukaryotic cell - IFT, nuclear pores and the endo-membrane system.’ Institut Pasteur Mini-symposium on IntraFlagellar Transport: From models to humans and back. 26th September 2013. Institut Pasteur, Paris France.

156. Field, M.C., (2013) ‘Proteomic approaches towards understanding the biology of antigenic variation in trypanosomes.’ Research Seminar, 21st November 2013, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA.

157. Holden, J., Koreny, L., Obado, S., Chait, B.T., Rout, M.P, and Field, M.C., (2013) ‘Evolution of the nuclear pore complex.’ 6th to 9th April, British Society for Parasitology Meeting, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

158. Maishman, L., Obado, S., Alsford, S., Bart, J. M., Navarro, M., Horn, D., Chait, B.T., Rout, M.P., and Field, M.C., (2014) ‘NUP-2, a second component of the trypanosome nucleoskeleton.’ 6th to 9th April, British Society for Parasitology Meeting, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

159. Obado, S., Brillantes, M., Zang, W., Field, M.C, Chait, B.T., and Rout, M.P., (2014) ‘Architecture and Evolution of the Trypanosome Nuclear Pore Complex.’ 6th to 9th April, British Society for Parasitology Meeting, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

160. Manna, P., Field, M.C., (2014) ‘Streamlined endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei.’ 6th to 9th April, British Society for Parasitology Meeting, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

161. Field, M.C., (2014) ‘Evolution of clathrin-mediated enocytosis: Insights from trypanosomes.’ Gordon Research Conference on ‘Lysosomes and Endocytosis’, Proctor Academy, Andover, New Hampshire, USA, June 17-20th.

162. Field, M.C., (2014) ‘Intracellular trafficking and endocytosis in African trypanosomes.’ ICOPA XIII, 10th - 15th August, Mexico City, Mexico.

163. Field, M.C., (2014) ‘Evolution of the nucleus: Lessons from proteomics.’ Protist 2014 joint ISEP/ICOP meeting, 3rd - 8th August, Banff, Canada.

164. Field, M.C., (2014) ‘Proteomics, epigenetics, antigenic variation and evolution of the nucleus.’ Research Seminar, 1st October 2014, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, UK.

165. Field, M.C., (2015) ‘Trypanosoma brucei: Proteomics to probe trafficking, gene expression and drug sensitivity.’ Institut Pasteur invited research seminar. 4th January 2015. Institut Pasteur, Paris France.

166. Field, M. C., Boehm, C., Koreny, L., Venkatesh, V., Obado, S., Chait, B. T. and Rout, M. P (2015) The ongoing evolution of cellular complexity in eukaryotic cells.’ Janelai Farm conference on Evolutionary Biology, 15th - 18th March, 2015, Virginia, USA.

167. Field, M.C., (2015) ‘The nuclear envelope of trypanosomes: Functions in epigenetics and antigenic variation.’ Virologisch - Parasitologisches Seminar, 29th January 2015, University of Marburg, Marburg, Germany.

168. Field, M.C., (2015) ‘The nuclear envelope of trypanosomes: Functions in epigenetics and antigenic variation.’ Research seminar 2nd March 2015, Institute for Molecular Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK

169. Field, M. C., Koreny, L., Maishman, L., Obado, S., Chait, B. T. and Rout, M. P. (2015) ‘A divergent nuclear lamina in typanosomes.’ Eukaryo-/Archaeogenesis: Where Do We Stand? 8 – 11 March 2015 at Wiston House, West Sussex, UK

170. Field, M. C., Koreny, L., Maishman, L., Obado, S., Chait, B. T. and Rout, M. P. (2015) ‘A divergent nuclear lamina in trypanosomes.’ Society for General Microbiology Annual Conference, 30 March to 2 April, ICC, Birmingham, UK.

171. Field, M. C., Koreny, L., Maishman, L., Obado, S., Chait, B. T. and Rout, M. P. (2015) ‘Evolution of the nuclear envelope.’ Nuclear Transport Meeting 18th to 22nd September, San Feliu de Guixols, Spain.

172. Field, M.C., (2015) ‘Evolution of the nucleus: Diversity and patterns within the nuclear pore complex and lamina.’ Kali Institute for Theoretical Physics Evolutionary Cell biology, August to October 2015, University of California at Santa Barbara, California USA.

173. Field, M. C., Koreny, L., Maishman, L., Obado, S., Chait, B. T. and Rout, M. P. (2015) ‘Evolution of the nuclear envelope.’ Nuclear Transport Meeting 18th to 22nd September, San Feliu de Guixols, Spain.

174. Field, M.C., (2015) ‘The future of human evolution: Superheroes or couch potatoes.’ The D’Arcy Thompson Museum, University of Dundee, Dundee, UK.

175. Field, M.C., (2015) ‘A novel nuclear lamina in trypanosomes: Evolution, epigenetics and immune evasion.’ Research seminar, 12th November, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

176. Field, M.C., (2015) ‘A novel nuclear lamina in trypanosomes: Evolution, epigenetics and immune evasion.’ Research seminar, 22nd November, Universidade Fereral de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil.

177. Field, M.C., (2015) ‘A novel nuclear lamina in trypanosomes: Evolution, epigenetics and immune evasion.’ Research seminar, 26th November, Instituto Carlos Chagas (ICC) - FIOCRUZ Rua Prof. Algacyr Munhoz Mader, Curitiba, PR, Brasil.

178. Field, M.C., (2015) ‘Evolution of the exocyst. BCDD seminar series, 10th December, 2015. University of Dundee, Scotland, UK

179. Field, M.C., (2016) ‘Evolution of the nuclear envelope revealed through proteomics.’ Research Seminar, 21st January 2016, Department of Cell Biology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

180. Field, M.C., (2016) ‘Decoding mode of action of trypanocidal drugs - challenges, successes and insights.’ Keynote presentation 25th January, Alberta Global Health Care Forum, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada.

181. Field, M.C., (2016) ‘Evolution of the nuclear envelope revealed through proteomics and comparative genomics.’ Invited talk, British Society for Cell Biology, 10th to 13th April, 2016, University of Warwick, Warwick, UK.

182. Field, M.C., (2016) ‘Uncovering diversity in trypanosomes and protozoan parasites through proteomics.’ 2nd to 6th May, 46th Jírovec's Protozoological Days, Meeting of the Czech Protozoological Society, Bitov, Czech Republic.

183. Vanclová A., Karnkowska A., Hampl, V., and Field, M.C., (2016) ‘Euglena gracilis plastid proteome.’ 2nd to 6th May, 46th Jírovec's Protozoological Days, Meeting of the Czech Protozoological Society, Bitov, Czech Republic.

184. Field, M.C., Manna, P., Leung, K-F., Zoltner, M., and Horn, D., (2016) ‘Endocytosis in trypanosomes: Drugs and evolution.’ Trypanosomatidae Biology, Evolution, Taxonomy, and Phylogeny (TryTax2), 14th to 16th June, Ostrava, Czech Republic.

185. Field, M.C., (2016) ‘Evolution of the nuclear envelope revealed through proteomics and comparative genomics.’ Invited talk, Society for Experimental Biology’, 4th to 7th July, 2016, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK.

186. Field, M.C., (2016) ‘Drugs and trafficking in trypanosomes.’ 4th to 7th September, British Society for Parasitology Meeting, České Budějovice (Budweis), Czech Republic.

187. Field, M.C., (2016) ‘Origins and evolution of Rab proteins’. FASEB meeting on small GTPases, September 18th – 22nd, Palm Beach, Florida, USA.

188. Field, M.C., (2016) ‘Evolution of the nuclear envelope revealed through proteomics and comparative genomics.’ Eukaryotic evolution workshop, 3rd November, Sevilla, Espania.

189. Field, MC., Rout, M.P., Obado, S., Maishman, L., and Koreny, L. (2016) ‘Evolution of the nucleus: Lamina and the nuclear pore complex in trypanosomes.’ Architecture and plasticity of the cell nucleus conference, November 29-30th, Paris, France.

190. Field, M.C., (2016) ‘Tracking evolution of trafficking pathways with GTPases: Deep time and adaptation to parasitism.” Evolutionary Cell Biology session, American Society for Cell Biology meeting, 3rd to 7th December, San Francisco, USA.

191. Field, MC., (2017) ‘Evolution of the nucleus: Lamina and the nuclear pore complex in trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, University of Nottingham, 1st February 2017, Nottingham, UK.

192. Zoltner M., Vaughan, S., Gadelha, C., Leung, K.F., Güther, M.L.S., Ali, L., Ferguson, M.A.J., Field, M.C. (2017) ‘Glycosomal hypertrophy and the response to suramin in African trypanosomes.’ British Society for Parasitology Spring meeting, 2nd to 5th April, University of Dundee, Dundee, UK.

193. Zhang, N., Zoltner M., Scullion, P., Leung, K.F., Hutchinson, S., del Pino, R.C., Barrett, M., Read, K., Horn, D., Field, M.C. (2017) ‘Enzymatic activation of the aminomethylphenoxy benzoxaboroles through hosts and pathogens.’ British Society for Parasitology Spring meeting, 2nd to 5th April, University of Dundee, Dundee, UK.

194. Field, M.C., (2017) ‘Structure and function at the nuclear envelope of trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, 8th June, University of Wurtzberg, Germany.

195. Zoltner, M.Z., and Field, M.C., (2017) ‘A century of therapeutics against trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, 8th June, University of Wurtzberg, Germany.

196. Field, M.C., (2017) ‘Structure and function at the nuclear envelope of trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, 14th June, University of Warwick, Warwick, UK.

197. Field, M.C., (2017) ‘Structure and function at the nuclear envelope of trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, 30th June, ICIPE, Nairobi, Kenya.

198. Field, M.C., (2017) ‘Molecular Lego: How to build a cell.’ D’Arcy Thompson 100th anniversary On Growth and Form. 6th - 8th October, University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland.

199. Field, M.C., (2017) ‘Structure and function at the nuclear envelope of trypanosomes.’ XXXIII Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Society of Protozoology, November 06th - 08th, Caxambu, Minas Gerais, Brasil.

200. Zoltner, M.Z., Zhang., N., and Field, M.C., (2017) ‘A century of therapeutics against trypanosomes.’ Research seminar, 10th November. University of Sao Paulo, Brasil.

201. Field, M.C., (2018) ‘Evolution of the nuclear pore complex and lamina.’ Using Genomic Comparisons to Understand Cellular Complexity in our Ancient Ancestors, International Scientific Seminar, 28th February to 1st March, Chicheley Hall, UK

202. Field, M.C., (2018) 'Overview of eukaryotic compartmentalisation.' Evolution of Biomolecular Networks: Rules of the Game. 3rd to 6th April, Lorentz Center, University of Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands

203. Field, M.C., (2018) ‘Mode of action of trypanocides: Suramin and benzoxaboroles.’ 43rd FEBS congress, 7th - 12th July, Praha, Czech Republic.

204. Padilla Meija, N.E., Butterfield, E., Obado, S., Rout, M.P., Koreny, L., and Field, M.C., (2018) ‘A radically distinct lamina architecture in Trypanosoma brucei.’ Life at the edge: The nuclear envelope in nucleocytoplasmic transport and genome organisation. 25th to 28th July, Potsdam, Germany.

205. Field, M.C., (2018) ‘Mode of action of trypanocides: Suramin and benzoxaboroles.’ 24th October, Institute for Parasitology, University of Southern Bohemia, Czech Republic.

206. Field, M.C., (2018) ‘Organisation and evolution of the eukaryotic cell.’ Evolutionary Cell Biology (ECB) "Special Interest Subgroup Meeting" ASCB/EMBO Conference. 8th - 12th December, San Diego, USA.

207. Rout, M.P., Kim, S.J., Fernandez-Martinez, J., Nudelman, I., Shi, Y., Zhang, W., Hakhverdyan, Z., Akey, C.W. Field, M.C., Chait, B.T., and Sali, A., (2019) ‘Structural Dynamics and Evolutionary Origins of the Nuclear Pore Complex.’ Nuclear Transport Meeting 25th to 30th August, Peebles, Scotland.

208. Field, M.C., (2019) ‘Connecting transport, metabolism and SUMOylation in mode of action against parasitic trypanosomatids.’ September 24th, Zentrum für Molekulare Biologie der Universität Heidelberg, INF 282, 69120 Heidelberg, Germany.

209. Field, M.C., ‘Evolution of trafficking mechanisms in protists.’ (2019) ”EUKARYOME” October 16th - 18th, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France.

210. Field, M.C., (2019) ‘Benzoxaboroles and treatment of kinetoplastid diseases’. International Workshop, New anti-Leishmanial leads from natural sources: Concepts and approaches, November 8-9, 2019, Karachi, Pakistan.

211. Field, M.C., Zhang, N., Horn, D., and Zoltner. M. (2019) ‘Strategies for understanding mechanisms of drug action in trypanosomes.’ MMDR VII; International symposium-cum-training course on molecular medicine and drug research, Karachi, Pakistan.

212. Field, M.C., (2020) ‘Organising the trypanosome nucleus: Assembly of the nuclear lamina and connections to the nuclear pore complex.’ BSP Trypanosomiasis & Leishmaniasis Seminar 2020, 8 - 11 March 2020, Grenada, Spain.

213. Field, M.C., (2020) ‘The Cullin family of E3 ligases in trypanosomes: Evolution, diversity and functions.’ School of Life Sciences research symposium 2020 12 - 14 March 2020, Crief, Scotland.

214. Field, M.C., (2020) ‘The architecture of the trypanosome nuclear envelope: Divergence, conservation and adaptation.’ Dynamic organisation of the nucleus across kingdoms, Society for Experimental Biology Annual Meeting on 7-10 July 2020 Prague, Czechia.

215. Field, M.C., (2021) ‘Mapping evolutionary divergence with proteomics.’ Establishment of a Scotland-Israel parasitology consortium (ESI-PC) 11 March 2021, online meeting.

216. Field, M.C., (2022) ‘Diversity in mRNA processing and nuclear export mechanisms in trypanosomes.’ School of Life Sciences research symposium 2022 25 - 26th May, University of Dundee, Scotland.

217. Padilla Meija, N.E., Butterfield, E., Inoue, H., Obado, S., Avila, A., Rout, M.P., and Field, M.C., (2022) ‘Diversity in mRNA processing and nuclear export mechanisms in trypanosomes. The nuclear envelope in nucleocytoplasmic transport and genome organisation. 25th to 28th July, Potsdam, Germany.

218. Barlow, L.D., Liu, C., Zhang, N., and Field, M.C., (2022) ‘Phylogenetic origins of ubiquitylation revisited.’ EMBO workshop on protist evolution and diversity, 16th to 19th September, Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Spain.

219. Field, M.C., (2022) ‘Kinetoplastid diversity in gene expression, mRNA export and the nucleus in general.’ Nuclear Transport Meeting 20th to 25th September, Montreal, Canada.