March 5–9, 2011
X-ray Free Electron Lasers and Biophysics
Chair: Keith Hodgson, Stanford University
Jerry Hastings, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Henry Chapman, DESY, Hamburg, Germany
Keith Moffat, University of Chicago
Ilme Schlichting, Max Planck Institute, Heidelberg, Germany
Imaging and Mass Spectrometry
Chair: Victoria Orphan, California Institute of Technology
Linda Johnston, University of Ottawa, Canada
Andrew Ewing, Penn State
Claude Lechene, Harvard Medical School
Applications of Small Angle X-ray
Chair: Tracy Nixon, Penn State
John Tainer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Tom Irving, Illinois Institute of Technology
Susan Krueger, NIST
Engineering Proteins and Fluorophores for Live Cell Sensors
Chair: Klaus Hahn, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Alan Waggoner, Carnegie Mellon University
Phillippe Bastiaens, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology, Dortmund, Germany
Jin Zhang, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Barriers & Pathways in Protein Folding
Chair: Tobin Sosnick, University of Chicago
Mattias Rief, Technischen University Muenchen, Germany
Hue Sun Chan, University of Toronto, Canada
Benjamin Schuler, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Annual Meeting housing is open....
make your reservations today!
BPS has secured a housing block across several hotels in Baltimore. As a meeting attendee, it is important for you to book your hotel room in the BPS housing block to guarantee the best accommodations and most competitive nightly rates, and guarantees in the event of overbooking or construction.
Filling a room block is important to the Society because it provides a “report card” on the Society’s meeting sites. By establishing a history of always filling a room
block, the Society is able to secure both competitive room rates and larger blocks in subsequent years. To make your reservation go to: www.biophysics.org/2011meeting. The Baltimore Hilton, the official Headquarters Hotel, is just connected to the Baltimore Convention Center.