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Co-organized by Drs. Christian Freund and Nevan Krogan, the Quantitative Biosciences Institute (QBI) and Freie Universität Berlin (FUB) present the QBI|UCSF - FUB Integrative Structural Biology Trainees Workshop, to be held virtually on December 9, 2020.
QBI seeks transformative results in biomedicine by supporting fundamental quantitative research in the biological sciences through significant collaborative efforts. The department of Biology, Chemistry & Pharmacy at FUB seeks to translate the insights from atomistic descriptions of macromolecular structure to fundamental questions in biology, chemistry, and medicine. In support of these missions, the workshop will highlight the collaborative work among scientists from both institutions.
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Meeting ID: 934 779 2621
"The Structural Basis for Unusual Temperature Sensitivity of a Circadian Rhythm Kinase"
Mike Thompson, QBI|UCSF (Fraser Lab, QBI/UCSF)
"Development and Application of Tools for Integrative Spatiotemporal Modeling of Cellular Processes"
Mohsen Sadeghi, FUB (Noe Lab, FUB)
Ben Webb, QBI|UCSF (Sali Lab, QBI/UCSF)
"Molecular Mechanism of OPA1-mediated Mitochondrial Remodeling"
Halil Aydin, QBI|UCSF (Frost Lab, QBI/UCSF)
''Structural and functional studies of the Activating signal co-integrator complex (ASCC)''
Junqiao Jia, FUB (Wahl Lab, FUB)
"Orientation-specific Antibodies Against Peptide-MHCII Complexes"
Nick Rettko, QBI|UCSF (Wells Lab, QBI/UCSF)
Miguel Álvaro-Benito (Freund Lab, FUB)
Esam T. Abualrous (Freund Lab, FUB)
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