SBINLAB 20th Anniversary

Please join us in celebrating SBINlab's 20th anniversary and sign up for the joint SBINLab anniversary symposium

Friday 17th April 2020 
Lundbeck Auditorium,
Copenhagen Biocenter, Ole Maaløes Vej 5, 2200 Copenhagen

The symposium is free of charge and will be featuring talks by friends of SBiNLab and ex-SBiNners who's been part of the laboratory's magnetic history. The program will also include the opening of the new Novo Nordisk Foundation Copenhagen Open NMR center, cOpenNMR.

The confirmed speakers include:

  • Michele Vendruscolo Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK
    Binding of small molecules to disordered proteins
  • Mathilde Lerche HYPERMAG, Department of Engineering, DTU, DK
    TBA

  • Wouter Boomsma Department of Computer Science, UCPH, DK
    Predicting mutation-induced changes in stability in proteins using Machine Learning

  • Gerhard Hummer Max-Planck-Institut für Biophysik, Frankfurt, Germany
    Disorder and dynamics in the function of membrane proteins

  • Kirstine Steen Jensen Lund University, Sweden
    TBA

  • Linda Columbus University of Virginia, Charlotville, USA
    Hijacking pathogenic membrane proteins to engineer cellular entry: A molecular biophysics approach

  • Petur O Heidarsson Science Institute, University of Iceland, Iceland
    Disordered proteins enable histone chaperoning on the nucleosome

  • Magnus Kjaergaard AIAS, Århus University, Denmark
    Regulation of intra-molecular reactions by intrinsically disordered linkers

  • Bill Eaton National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, USA
    Using phhysical chemistry to screen for a drug to treat sickle cell disease

  • Mikael Akke Lund University, Lund, Sweden
    Allosteric signaling pathways and energetics in the glucocorticoid receptor

  • Lynette Cegelski Stanford University, USA
    Discovery and New Chemistry at the Bacterial Cell Surface

  • Christian Griesinger Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen
    High field NMR spectroscopy and more: From protein dynamics to treatment of neurodegenerative diseases

  • The Novo Nordisk Foundation 
    Infrastructures for all

  • SCIENCE
    Why infrastructures matter

  • BIO
    The BIO NMR initiative

See the full programme here.

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