Winter 2013 Meeting 8:30 - 5:00 pm, Thurs. 24th Jan, 2013, at The New York Academy of Sciences, 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, 40th floor. Registration
There is no charge for the meeting but you must pre-register to attend. Space is limited and early registration is encouraged. We cannot guarantee you will be admitted if you are unregistered. Be sure to bring photo ID on day of the meeting. You should register at the NYAS web site -- NYAS. The meeting STARTS at 8:30 am. You are welcome from 8:00 am.
Posters and Poster Competition
Submissions are invited for a poster competition.
All posters on site will be judged by a scientific committee, and three or more posters will be selected for a cash prize of $100 each.
For complete poster submission instructions, please send an email to NYSBDG@nyas.org
with "Poster Information" in the subject line. There is no need to type a message; instructions will be forwarded automatically.
Please call 212.298.8632 with any questions. Register now, there may be a cutoff if space is filled.
For details please use the NYAS website.
Aneel Aggarwal, Mount Sinai School of Medicine "DNA - Protein Recognition : Engineering New Specificity" Karim-Jean Armache, NYU Med "Structural characterization of silent chromatin" Grégory Boël, Columbia University (Hunt Lab) "Structural biology powering discovery biology: elucidation of the physiological function and molecular mechanism of a novel family of translation factors that regulate commitment of energetic resources to protein synthesis" Elizabeth Campbell, Rockefeller University (Darst Lab) "Structure and function of Car D, an essential Mycobacterial transcription factor" Andras Fiser, Albert Einstein College of Medicine "Modeling proteins using a super-secondary structure library and NMR chemical shift information" Charalampos (Babis) Kalodimos, Rutgers "Recognition of unfolded proteins by molecular chaperones" Steve Long, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center "Crystal structure of the calcium release-activated calcium channel Orai" Filippo Mancia, Columbia University "Crystal structure of sulfate transporter CysZ" Ivo Melčák, Rockefeller University (Blobel Lab) "Architecture of the Transport Channel of the Nuclear Pore Complex" Greg Petsko, Weill Cornell "The Structural Biology of Parkinson's Disease" Alexandros Pertsinidis, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center "Sub-diffraction fluorescence imaging of molecular structures and interactions" Deniz Temel, City College of New York (Ghose Lab) 1 "Regulatory Interactions between a Bacterial Tyrosine Kinase and its Cognate Phosphatase"
We greatly appreciate all our sponsors.
We gratefully acknowledge logistical support from the New York Structural Biology Center, the New York Academy of Sciences, and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. This is the 68th meeting of the group, organized by Barry Honig and John Kuriyan, and continued by Leemor Joshua-Tor, Lawrence Shapiro, David Stokes, Ming Zhou, and currently convened by David Cowburn, David Eliezer, and John F. Hunt.