Fwd: Future of Structural Biology Conference 2003

David Cowburn cowburn at nysbc.org
Tue Apr 22 14:43:57 EST 2003





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

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