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New York Structural Biology Discussion Group - 10th Annual Summer Meeting


for Members

New York Structural Biology Discussion Group - 10th Annual Summer Meeting

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

The New York Academy of Sciences

Presented By

Presented by the New York Area Structural Biology Group and the New York Academy of Sciences


Organizers: Hao Wu, Weill Medical College of Cornell University; David Stokes, NYU School of Medicine; David Eliezer, Weill Medical College of Cornell University

This full day meeting will include short talks and a poster session featuring local structural biologists. There will be an evening reception after the meeting has finished.


Structure and Function of NMDA Receptors
Hiro Furukawa

Cold Spring Harbor Lab

Structural Microbiology in Bacterial Pathogenesis
Erec Stebbins

Rockefeller University

Structural Analysis of ANTH-ENTH-VHS Superfamily
Tonya Silkov

Diana Murray lab, Columbia University

DNA-Damage Recognition by the Rad4 Nucleotide Excision Repair Protein
Jung-Hyun Min
Nikola Pavletich lab, Sloan Kettering Institute

Architecture of Viral Cell Envelope Penetration Device
Gino Cingolani

SUNY Upstate Medical University

The Human Proteome Folding Project: Can Rosetta de novo Contribute to Genome Annotation?
Richard Bonneau

New York University

Abeta40 Protects Nontoxic Abeta42 Monomer from Aggregation
Chunyu Wang

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

The Nuclear Overhauser Effect for Protein Structure and Dynamics
Fabien Ferrage

CNRS and Ecole Normale Auperieure, Paris and NYSBC

Structural Basis for the Inhibition of Fatty Acid Synthesis by Platensimycin
Steven Soisson

Structural and Functional Studies of Intramembrane Proteases
Iban Ubarretxena
Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Assessing the Functional Consequences of Protein Mutations in Cancer
Chris Sander
Sloan Kettering Institute

Structure-Based Design of HIV Entry Inhibitors
Wayne Hendrickson

Columbia University

From Transmembrane Transport to Translational Regulation
Greg Boel

John Hunt lab, Columbia University

Sponsors: Gatan Inc.; Hampton Research Inc.; Merck; GE Healthcare; Structure (Cell Press); Varian; Jeol; Imclone Systems; Wyatt Technologies and Nature Structural & Molecular Biology