The Kaj Ulrik Linderstrøm-Lang Centre welcomes you at the scientific symposium entitled 'Protein folding and stability – From molecules to disease' on 12th November 2019.
The symposium will include talks by internationally recognized speakers, a poster session and plenty of opportunities for networking.
Attendance is free of charge, but there is a limited number of seats available, so register now. Register here.
The Symposium will include talks by the following accepted invited speakers:
- Chris Dobson (University of Cambridge, UK) “Protein folding and disease"
- Lila Gierasch (University of Massachusets Amhurst, US) "In vivo protein folding"
- Bernd Bukau (University of Heidelberg, DE) “Chaperone function”
- Henriette Autzen (University of California San Fransisco, US) “Membrane protein dynamics”
- Rina Rosenzweig (Weizmann Institute of Science, IL) “Protein degradation“
- Claus Wilke (University of Texas at Austin, US) “Viral evolution and how to exploit it”
- John Kuriyan (Berkeley University of California, US) “Evolution of signal transduction”
- Philip Romero (University of Wisconsin - Madison) “Integrated protein design”
- Tanja Kortemme (University of California San Francisco, US) “Protein-protein interactions design”
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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.