|CCL 06.03.26 ACS Interactions of Peptides and Proteins with Membrane Surface, Atlanta, GA|
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Date: Sat Oct 22 01:30:39 2005
Subject: 06.03.26 ACS Interactions of Peptides and Proteins with Membrane Surface, Atlanta, GA
Interactions of Peptides and Proteins with Membrane Surfaces March 26-30 in Atlanta, Georgia We would like to let you know of an upcoming symposium on Interactions of Peptides and Proteins with Membrane Surfaces at the Spring 2006 National American Chemical Society Meeting, March 26-30 in Atlanta, Georgia. A brief summary of the intent and purpose of the symposium is as follows: "The adsorption of peripheral proteins and peptides to membranes plays an important role in many biological processes. The interplay of many factors, including the alteration of the biophysical properties of the macromolecules upon association and their consequent lateral reorganization at the membrane surface, presents exciting challenges to biophysicists and biochemists. Obtaining a molecular-level understanding of the physico-chemical forces that drive and regulate protein/membrane interactions therefore requires the integration of diverse approaches. The goal of this symposium is to bring together leading experimentalists and theorists in this field whose research addresses these issues in novel and creative ways. Emphasis will be placed on how theory and experiment may be combined to provide more comprehensive and detailed information on protein/membrane systems than is attainable from one perspective alone and, thus, lead to new models and hypotheses." It will be a full, 4-day symposium. The list of confirmed speakers is at the end of this message. Unfortunately, the limits set by ACS did not allow us to invite everyone we had in mind. However, additional speakers will be selected from the submitted abstracts, so please consider sending one. And, of course, there will be plenty of room for posters. All the best, Themis Lazaridis City College of New York / CUNY tlazaridis|"|ccny.cuny.edu, 212-650-8364 and Diana Murray Weill Medical College of Cornell University dim2007|"|med.cornell.edu, 212-746-1184 Confirmed Speakers Paul Axelsen, U Penn Charles Brooks III, Scripps David Cafiso, U Virginia Wonhwa Cho, U Illinois Rosemary Cornell, Simon Fraser University Ben de Kruijff, Utrecht U William DeGrado, U Pennsylvania Eric Freed, NCI Michael Gelb, U Washington Jay Groves, Berkeley Volkhard Helms, Denmark Blake Hill, Johns Hopkins Huey Huang, Rice U Tatiana Kutateladze, U Colorado Sylvio May, Friedrich-Schiller-University Ole Mouritsen, Denmark Mary Roberts, Boston College Mark Sansom, Oxford Yechiel Shai, Weizmann Institute Lukas Tamm, U. Virginia Suren A. Tatulian, U Central Florida Doug Tobias/Ryan Benz, UC Irvine Nancy Thompson, U North Carolina Peter Tieleman, U Calgary Volker Vogt, Cornell Steve White, UC Irvine Tuck Wong, U Missouri Tom Woolf, Johns HopkinsNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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