Bioenergetics

Jan Hoek, Thomas Jefferson University, Subgroup Co-Chair
Gyorgy Hajnoczky, Thomas Jefferson University, Subgroup Co-Chair

Bioenergetics Subgroup 2012 Symposium
Saturday, February 25, 2012
San Diego, California

Morning Symposium: Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain Disease and Therapeutics

Shelagh Ferguson-Miller, Michigan State University, and 
Lawrence Prochaska, Wright State University, Co-Organizers

9:00 Russell Swerdlow, University of Kansas
Mitochondria and Sporadic Neurodegenerative Disease

9:30 Maik Huttemann, Wayne State University
Cytochrome c Oxidase: An Illuminating Target for non-Invasive Treatment of Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury

10:00 Gary Glick, University of Michigan
Modulating the Mitochondrial F0F1-ATPase as Therapeutic Strategy for Systematic Autoimmunity

10:30 Break

11:00 Andrew Dillin, Salk Institute
Perception of Mitochondrial Stress by Distal Cells: The Mitokine Hypothesis

11:30 Lawrence Prochaska, Wright State University
Modeling Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain Diseases; Mutational Analysis of Cytochrome Oxidase Subunit III

Afternoon Symposium: Structure-Function of Hetero-Oligomeric Membrane Protein Complexes
Bill Cramer, Purdue University & Di Xia, NCI, NIH, Co-Organizers

1:30 Young Bioenergeticist Award

2:00 William Cramer, Purdue University
The Stark Effect: Constraints on Electron Transfer in the Cytochrome b6f Complex

2:30 Petra Fromme, Arizona State University
New Avenues for Structure Determination of Membrane Proteins

3:00 Leonid Sazanov, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
Structure and Mechanism of Respiratory Complex I

3:30 Break

3:50 Di Xia, NCI, NIH
The Cytochrome bc1 Complex: Mechanisms of Charge Translocation

4:20 Bryan Krantz, University of California, Berkeley
Anthrax Toxin Translocation: Powered by Hydrogen+

4:50 Robert Stroud, University of California, San Francisco
Co-translational Insertion of Proteins to and through Membranes via the Translocon: Bioenergetics and Proofreading

5:30 Subgroup Business Meeting

7:00 Subgroup Dinner

 

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