Biopolymers in vivo

The Society Executive Board approved the Biopolymer Biophysics in vivo Subgroup at its spring 2010 meeting. The subgroup will hold its first business meeting at the 2011 BPS Annual Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, at which time attendees will vote on acceptance of the subgroup's name and bylaws and elect its governing body.

Margaret Cheung, University of Houston and
Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede, Umeå University, 2011 Co-Chairs

Biopolymer Biophysics in vivo 2011 Symposium
10:00 AM, March 5, 2011

10:00   Subgroup Business Meeting

Joint Session with Intrinsically Disordered Proteins

1:00      Margaret Cheung, University of Houston, and
              David Eliezer, Weill Cornell Medical College
              Introduction & Welcome

1:05      Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede, Umea University, Sweeden
              Introduction of Christopher Dobson

1:10      Christopher Dobson, University of Cambridge
              Life on the Edge: The Generic Nature of Protein Misfolding Disorders

1:55      Koby Levy, Weizmann Institute
              Introduction of Peter Wolynes

2:00      Peter Wolynes, University of California, San Diego
              Water Mediated Interactions in Protein Folding and Structure

2:45      Coffee Break

Biopolymer Subgroup Symposium

3:15      Allen Minton, National Institutes of Health
              Introduction

3:30      Martin Gruebele, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
              Protein Folding in Living Cells

4:00      Devarajan "Dave" Thirumalai, University of Maryland
              Crowding-Induced Conformational Switch

4:30      Silvia Cavagnero, University of Wisconsin, Madison
              Protein Folding Trends in the Cellular Environment

5:00      Break

5:15      Adrian Elcock, University of Iowa
              Challenges in Large-Scale Molecular Simulations of Intracellular Environments

5:45      Taekjip Ha, University of Illinios at Urbana-Champaign
              Fluorescence-Force Spectroscopy of in vivo Tension Sensor and Repeat Proteins

6:15      Phillip Selenko, Leibniz-Institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie
              What do proteins look like inside live cells? (…and how can we find out?)

The Biopolymer Biophysics in vivo Subgroup is grateful for the generous support from the National Science Foundation (MCB 1101860).

 

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