[Plant-biology] 2010 Symposium on Plant Protein Phosphorylation
Kroll, Melody M.
(by krollmm from missouri.edu)
Mon Apr 26 11:41:37 EST 2010
* ANNOUNCEMENT *
2010 SYMPOSIUM ON PLANT PROTEIN PHOSPHORYLATION
BOND LIFE SCIENCES CENTER
COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, USA
MAY 26-28, 2010
DESCRIPTION: The Symposium on Plant Protein Phosphorylation provides an interdisciplinary research venue for scholars studying protein modification as it relates to a broad range of biological questions and using a variety of plant species. The symposium, which is being hosted by MU's Interdisciplinary Plant Group, is part of an ongoing series of international meetings on protein phosphorylation in plants. This year's Symposium will include a special event recognizing the leadership and scientific contributions of Professor Douglas Randall to the field of protein phosphorylation in plants.
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS: Jeff Anderson, University of Missouri; Dominique Bergmann, Stanford University; Alison DeLong, Brown University; Brian Ellis, University of British Columbia; Elizabeth P.B. Fontes, Universidade Federal de Vicosa; Paul Grimsrud, University of Wisconsin; Yan Guo, National Institute of Biological Sciences, Beijing; Antje Heese, University of Missouri; Steven Huber, USDA-ARS; Heribert Hirt, Institute of Microbiology & Genetics; Claudia Jonak, Gregor Mendel Institute of Molecular Plant Biology; Joseph Kieber, University of North Carolina; June M. Kwak, University of Maryland; Jung-Youn Lee, University of Delaware; Paula McSteen, The Pennsylvania State University / University of Missouri; Gloria K. Muday, Wake Forest University; Morten Petersen, University of Copenhagen; Sorina Popescu, Boyce Thompson Institute; Douglas Randall, University of Missouri; Elena Shpak, University of Tennessee; Dong Xu, University of Missouri; Shuqun Zhang, University of Missouri; Jian-min Zhou, National Institute of Biological Sciences.
POSTER SUBMISSIONS: The organizing committee invites poster submissions on topics related to plant biology research in general. The posters may describe recently completed research, research in progress, or publicly presented research. The Biochemical Journal will be sponsoring a 2010 Best Poster Award competition, the winner of which will be awarded $500.
- University, Government, Non-Profit- $250.00
- Industry $500.00
- Postdocs/Students (includes reception & networking lunch) $150.00
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