2012 Symposium on Protein Structure and Function
Our thanks to all who participated in the COBRE Center's special Symposium on Protein Structure and Function which was held on October 7-9, 2012, at the University of Kansas in Lawrence.
The two-day Symposium marked the 10th anniversary of the establishment of our COBRE Center in Protein Structure and Function. The program highlight the main research themes represented in our Center including protein production, macromolecular NMR, X-ray crystallography, protein mass spectrometry and proteomics and macromolecular computations and modeling. Among speakers were:
- Dr. Marius Clore, NIDDK, National Institutes of Health
- Dr. Gary Gilliland, Janssen Biotechnology/Johnson & Johnson
- Dr. Christopher Hill, University of Utah
- Dr. Amy Keating, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Dr. Brian Matthews, HHMI, University of Oregon
- Dr. Scott W. Morrical, University of Vermont College of Medicine
- Dr. Owen Nadeau, University of Kansas Medical Center
- Dr. Carol Post, Purdue University
- Dr. Sangita Sinha, North Dakota State University
- Dr. Stephen Sprang, University of Montana
- Dr. Ann Stock, Rutgers University
- Dr. Ann West, University of Oklahoma
The symposium featured:
- State-of-the-art methods applied to challenging problems in protein chemistry and biology.
- Ample time for informal discussions with speakers and other participants.
- Poster sessions open to all.
Symposium Organizing Committee:
Roberto De Guzman
Robert P. Hanzlik
P. Scott Hefty
Mary Lou Michaelis