Daniel Capelluto, Virginia Tech
Andrew L. Lee, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Kylie Walters, Center for Cancer Research, NCI, NIH
Virginia Tech will be hosting the first Molecular Biophysics Symposium focusing in structural biology studies of proteins. The event pursues two goals. First, it is designed to enrich the interaction among biophysical research groups located at the southwest of Virginia. Second, the symposium will offer undergraduate students (including those from North Carolina through VT-AMP), with interest in continuing their graduate studies in biophysics, to meet with local and invited biophysicists. We will encourage undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to participate in poster presentations.
Anyone interested in presenting a poster must submit their abstract when registering for the event. For abstract submission guidelines, please click here.
Also, any undergraduates interested to meet with biophysicists will also need to upload their resumes when registering for the event. A list of biophysicists and their research interests will be available.
To register or to submit an abstract for the event, please click here.
The event will take place at:
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute1015 Life Sciences DriveBlacksburg, VA 24060
Parking permits could be obtained at the front desk at VBI (2nd floor). You will need to provide your vehicle's license plate number. To avoid being ticketed by parking service authorities, please, obtain parking permit for your vehicle as soon as you arrive on campus.Questions?
For more information about the event, please visit the event page or contact Daniel Capelluto at email@example.com.