Kentucky 2014

Bluegrass Molecular Biophysics Symposium
University of Kentucky, Lexington
Lexington, Kentucky
May 12, 2014


Christina Payne, University of Kentucky
Horia Petrache, IUPUI
Elizabeth Howell, University of Tennessee
Rhett Kovall, University of Cincinnati 


This is the 3rd Bluegrass Molecular Biophysics Symposium. The aim of this one-day event is to bring together researchers from the Bluegrass region and surrounding states to learn about molecular biophysics. There will be four plenary talks, short talks given by postdocs and graduate students (selected from submitted abstracts) and a poster session. The overall goal of these symposia is to build and strengthen the biophysics community in the region. 

Abstract Submission and Registration 

Registration and abstract submission must be completed by 5:00 PM EDT on April 28, 2014. For more information, please visit the event website.


8:30 AM Registration and poster set up (coffee and donuts available) 
9:30 AM Welcome
9:45 AM Invited Speaker 1: Christina Payne, University of Kentucky
10:30 AM Postdoctoral/graduate student talk 1
10:45 AM Postdoctoral/graduate student talk 2
11:00 AM Invited speaker 2: Horia Petrache, IUPUI
12:00 PM Lunch (provided) and poster session
2:00 PM Invited speaker 3: Elizabeth Howell, University of Tennessee 
2:45 PM Postdoctoral/graduate student talk 3
3:00 PM Postdoctoral/graduate student talk 4
3:15 PM Invited speaker 4: Rhett Kovall, University of Cincinnati
4:00 PM Symposium end and poster take down


The Symposium will be held in the Biomedical/Biological Sciences Research Building (BBSRB) at the University of Kentucky. BBSRB is located at 741 S. Limetsone St., Lexington, KY. Registration will be held in the second floor atrium at the south end of the building. The atrium is most easily accessed either via the pedestrian bridge from the Kentucky Clinic across South Limestone Street, or by taking the stairs/elevator at the south end of the building


For questions regarding registration, abstract submission or the event, please contact Trevor Creamer, University of Kentucky, at or (859) 323-6037.