Future of structural biology conference

From: David Cowburn <cowburn.nysbc.org>
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 14:58:23 -0400


Sponsored by the Member Institutions of the New York Structural Biology Center
Wednesday May 7th & Thursday May 8th, 2003, 9 am – 5:15 pm
  Aronow Theater, North Academic Center, 136th St & Convent Avenue, City
College of New York
Speakers include (in alphabetical order)
Wolfgang Baumeister, Max Plank Institut, 'Electron tomography: visualizing
macromolecular structures in intact cells'
David DeRosier, Brandeis University, 'Structure of the chemotaxis machinery'
Juli Feigon, UCLA, 'Biophysical studies of telomerase RNA structure and
mutations linked to disease'
Stephen Fesik, Abbott Labs, 'Structural Biology in Drug Research'
Joachim Frank, Wadsworth Center & HHMI, 'What makes it tick? Attempts to
understand the dynamics of the ribosome using Cryo EM'
Wayne Hendrickson, Columbia University & HHMI, 'Conformational Adaptability
in the HIV Envelope Glycoprotein gp120'
Lewis Kay, University of Toronto, 'Looking to the future with NMR'
Peter Moore, Yale University, 'Solving big structures – the ribosome'
Charles Sanders, Vanderbilt University, 'Membrane protein misfolding and
Jacob Schaefer, Washington University, St. Louis, 'Redor characterization
of protein binding sites'
Janet Smith, Purdue University, 'Complex enzymes: past and future'
Timothy Springer, Harvard Medical School, 'Integrins, beta-propellers, and
predicted and experimental structures'
Michael Sternberg, Imperial College, London, 'The role of bioinformatics in
structural genomics projects'
William Weis, Stanford University, 'Beta-catenin in cell adhesion and Wnt
Kurt WŁthrich, ETHZ & Scripps Institute, 'NMR in structural and functional

For details see http://futurestructuralbiology.org
Received on Thu Apr 24 2003 - 20:53:01 PDT
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