[Protein-analysis] 6th NCCR Symposium on New Trends in Structural Biology: New Program / Registration deadline August 29

Patrick Sticher via proteins%40net.bio.net (by sticher from bioc.unizh.ch)
Mon Aug 18 10:36:32 EST 2008


Dear colleagues,

6th International NCCR Symposium on New Trends in Structural Biology
8 + 9 September 2008, University of Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland


NEW PROGRAM. 

The opening lecture will now be given by Gebhard Schertler about "Structure of the stress hormone receptor: beta1 adrenergic receptor".

Confirmed plenary lecturers are Markus Grütter, Stephen C. Kowalczykowski, Kaspar Locher, Keiichi Namba, Poul Nissen, Andrej Sali, Gebhard F.X. Schertler, Jeffrey Skolnick, and A. Joshua Wand. The meeting will be held together with the Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society for Crystallography. Speakers of the society are Clemens Schulze-Briese and Colin Nave. Please see the symposium website for the complete program.


REGISTRATION SLOT EXPIRES AUGUST 29. 

Please note that online registrations can be accepted for only a few more days until August 29.


INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION.

www.structuralbiology.uzh.ch/symposium2008.asp


Please do not hesitate to contact me anytime if you need further information (sticher from bioc.uzh.ch).


With best regards,
Patrick Sticher


The NCCR Structural Biology is a research initiative of the Swiss Science Foundation. Its research encompasses the fields of recombinant protein technologies, macromolecular structure determination and computational biomolecular sciences with a special focus on membrane proteins and supramolecular assemblies/interactions. 19 research groups from Swiss Universities and Research Institutions participate in this network. www.structuralbiology.uzh.ch/

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Dr. Patrick Sticher Moser
NCCR Scientific Officer
Institute of Biochemistry
University of Zürich
Winterthurerstrasse 190
CH - 8057 Zürich

Phone +41 / (0)44 / 635 54 84
Fax +41 / (0)44 / 635 59 08



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