The Kaj Ulrik Linderstrøm-Lang Centre welcomes you at our yearly scientific symposia on protein science in November 2020. The last instance was entitled 'Protein folding and stability – From molecules to disease' and took place 12th November 2019.
The symposium included talks by internationally recognized speakers, a poster session and plenty of opportunities for networking. See and download the full program here.
The Symposium included talks by the following accepted invited speakers:
- Xavier Salvatella (IRB Barcelona, ES)
“Cooperative folding of polyglutamine helices in transcriptional regulators"
- Lila Gierasch (University of Massachusets Amhurst, US)
"The Versatile and Multifunctional Allosteric Hsp70 Chaperone"
- Bernd Bukau (University of Heidelberg, DE)
“Mechanisms of folding and assembly of newly synthesized proteins”
- Henriette Autzen (University of California San Fransisco, US)
“Development of native lipid nanodiscs for keeping membrane proteins feral”
- Rina Rosenzweig (Weizmann Institute of Science, IL)
“The true tales of the flexible tails - Interaction of J-domain proteins with Hsp70 chaperones“
- Claus Wilke (University of Texas at Austin, US)
“The unreasonably good performance of covariation methods for the prediction of structural contacts”
- John Kuriyan (Berkeley University of California, US)
“Activation Mechanism of RAF Kinase”
- Philip Romero (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
“Data-driven protein modeling and design”
- Tanja Kortemme (University of California San Francisco, US)
“Encoding of cellular multi specificity by a model molecular switch”
Kaj Ulrik Linderstrøm-Lang Symposium
Download the programme here.
The Linderstrøm-Lang Centre
The Linderstrøm-Lang Centre for Protein Science focus on the new horizons of protein science and annually hosts the Linderstrøm-Lang Symposium.