Nanoscale Biophysics

Joerg Bewersdorf, Yale University School of Medicine, Subgroup Co-Chair 
Victoria Birkedal, 
Aarhus University, Denmark, Subgroup Co-Chair

Nanoscale Biophysics Subgroup 2013 Symposium
Saturday, February 2, 2013
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

12:00 PM, Julio Fernandez, Columbia University
Single Molecule Enzymology

12:30 PM, Marija Drndic, University of Pennsylvania 
Nanopore Graphene-based Electronic Devices

1:00 PM, Scott Blanchard, Cornell University
Allosteric Control of the Ribosome by Small-Molecule Antibiotics

1:30 PM, Break

2:00 PM, Helmut Grubmuller, Max Planck Institute, Germany
Dynamics of the Ribosomal Subunit Interface During tRNATranslocation at Near-Atomic Resolution  

2:30 PM, Student/Postdoc Talk: Grant Schauer, University of Pittsburgh
Measurements of the Functional Dynamics of Wild Type and K103N HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase Provide Insight into teh Mechanism of Efavirenz Resistance 

2:45 PM, Christian Eggeling, Max Planck Institute, Germany & Oxford University, United Kingdom
New Insight into Lipid-Protein Membrane Organization and Its Functionality with Super-Resolution STED Microscopy 

3:15 PM, Break

3:45 PM, Viola Vogel, ETH Z├╝rich, Switzerland 
Proteins as Mechano-Chemical Signalling Switches

4:15 PM, Student/Postdoc Talk: Soren Preus, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
FRETmatrix: A General and Versatile Software Package for the Simulation and Quantitative Analysis of FRET in Nanoscale Biostructures 

4:30 PM, Mark Ellisman, University of California, San Diego  

Correlated Microscopies:Tools &Technologies for Multiscale-Multimodel Imaging and Information Integration  
5:00 PM, Business Meeting
6:00 PM, Subgroup Dinner


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