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New York Structural Biology Discussion Group


for Members

New York Structural Biology Discussion Group

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

The New York Academy of Sciences

Presented By

The New York Structural Biology Discussion Group


The New York metropolitan area is home to a strong community of structural biologists, biophysicists, and biochemists working to characterize proteins and other macromolecules. The New York Area Structural Biology Discussion Group offers a neutral meeting place for them to meet and discuss their findings.

The group convenes twice annually and presents talks and poster sessions from graduate students, postdocs, and laboratory heads. The program committee selects presentations focusing on new and emerging data and techniques from area laboratories. A reception after each meeting provides a relaxed forum to exchange ideas, network, and form research collaborations.

The meeting is free, but registration is required. Thank you.

Poster Competition: Call for Abstracts

Abstracts are invited for a poster competition. All posters will be judged by a scientific committee, and posters will be selected for a cash prize of $100 each.

Poster abstracts should be no more than 1 page in length, Arial 10-point font and single-spaced, and emailed as a Word document to with the words “Abstract Submission” placed in the subject line of the email. You will receive an automatic acknowledgement of receipt of your abstract submission. Please call 212.298.8611 with any questions.



David Eliezer, PhD

Weill Medical College of Cornell University

David Stokes, PhD

NYU School of Medicine

Hao Wu, BM, PhD

Weill Medical College of Cornell University


Andisheh Abedini, PhD

New York University Medical Center

Joel Butterwick, PhD

Rockefeller University

David A. Case, PhD

Rutgers University

Steven E. Ealick, PhD

Cornell University

Eric Greene, PhD

Columbia University

John F. Hunt, PhD

Columbia University

Rinku Jain, PhD

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Wei-Li Liu, PhD

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

David E. Shaw, PhD

D. E. Shaw Research

Michael D. Ward, PhD

New York University

Ming-Ming Zhou, PhD

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

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