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Date: Sat Dec 2 15:22:57 2006
Subject: 07.05.26 BioComputational Chemistry Symposium at the CSC2007 (90th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition)
This two days Symposium on BioComputational Chemistry will take place as a part of 
the 90th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition (CSC2007) in May 26-30, 2007, 
in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 

The Symposium will cover topics stretching from method development to computational 
studies of biochemical and medicinal systems. The interplay between theory and
experiment is particularly welcome.

ORGANIZER
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* Cherif F. Matta, Mount Saint Vincent University and Dalhousie University
http://www.chem.utoronto.ca/~cmatta/

CONFIRMED INVITED SESSION CHAIRS:
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* James Gould, University of Windsor
http://www.uwindsor.ca/units/biochem/web/ChemistryPeople.nsf/19ddc575537630c20525686a006ce0f8/a14e3d38447278ae85256a46004bca6d!OpenDocument

* Stacey Wetmore Lethbridge University 
http://people.uleth.ca/~stacey.wetmore/

CONFIRMED INVITED SPEAKERS / (TENTATIVE TOPICS):
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* Paul Ayers, McMaster University [(a) Approaches to the protein folding problem or 
(b) modeling enzyme mimics]
http://www.chemistry.mcmaster.ca/ayers/

* Axel Becke, Dalhousie University (topic to be announced)
http://chemistry.dal.ca/Faculty/Professors/Becke,_Axel.php

* Russell Boyd, Dalhousie University (Seleno-enzymes)
http://chemistry.dal.ca/Faculty/Professors/Boyd,_Russell.php

* Heather Gordon, Brock University (Computational Assessment of Flexiblity in Proteins)
http://www.brocku.ca/chemistry/faculty/Gordon/

* Lakshmi Kotra, University Health Network and University of Toronto (topic to be announced)
http://www.uhnres.utoronto.ca/labs/kotra/

* Claude Lecomte, Universit Henri Poincar Nancy (topic to be announced)
http://www.lcm3b.uhp-nancy.fr/lcm3b/Pages_Perso/Lecomte.php?PHPSESSID=1ec6067f8844a254967c6c1a2e9f7142

* Peter Tieleman, University of Calgary (Partitioning of small molecules in lipid bilayers)
http://moose.bio.ucalgary.ca/index.php?page=Peter_Tieleman

* Gang Wu, Queen's University (Highly accurate 23Na chemical shielding calculations as 
a tool for probing Na+ ion binding in G-quadruplex DNA)
http://www.chem.queensu.ca/people/faculty/Wu/

The CSC is a relatively large conference, being the single annual Canadian 
National/International conference on pure and applied chemistry. More details about the 
conference can be found at:
http://www.csc2007.ca/

and the list of confirmed invited speakers to this Symposium will be updated regularly at:
http://www.csc2007.ca/symposia_physical.html#PT3_?_Biocomputational_Chemistry

For further information about the symposium, 
contact Cherif F. Matta ( E-mail:  cherif.matta"at"dal.ca )
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New Book release: C. F. Matta and R. J. Boyd (Editors)
The Quantum Theory of Atoms in Molecules: From Solid State to DNA and Drug Design
http://ca.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-3527307486,descCd-description.html
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