|CCL 06.05.10 Proteins: Structure, Dynamics, and Energetics, EMBO Course, Shanghai, China|
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Subject: 06.05.10 Proteins: Structure, Dynamics, and Energetics, EMBO Course, Shanghai, China
EMBO course: "Proteins: Structure, Dynamics, and Energetics" at the Partner-Institute for Computational Biology (PICB) in Shanghai, China, from 10 May 2006 to 17 May 2006. Teachers: Protein free energy landscapese Vijay Pande, Stanford (confirmed) Chris Dobson and Michele Vendrusculo, University of Oxford (confirmed) Amadeo Caflish, University of Zuerich (confirmed) N.N. (Baker lab), University of Washington Structural Genomics/Proteomics William R. Atchley, North Carolina State University, Raleigh (confirmed) Luis Serrano, EMBL, Heidelberg (confirmed) Enforced protein unfolding/unbinding Jane Clarke, University of Cambridge (confirmed) Helmut Grubmueller, MPI for Biophysical Society, Goettingen (confirmed) For details see http://www.mpibpc.mpg.de/embo06 Applications are to be sent directly to Yechun Xu: yechun.xu[at]weizmann.ac.il Best regards, Frauke Graeter Andreas DressNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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