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Previous CEF Events 2017



30 November 2017

Till Maurer, Genentech, San Francisco, USA
"A fragment guided path to a selective inhibitor of USP7 and its implication for chain linkage specificity" Poster

 

 

3. November 2017

Sonja Lorenz, Rudolf Virchow Zentrum, University of Würzburg
“Elucidating regulatory mechanisms in ubiquitin signaling"

 

 

19 October 2017

Sabine Petry, Princeton University, USA
"How to make microtubules and build the mitotic spindle" [Poster]

 

 

12 October 2017

Arne Möller, Max-Planck-Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt/Main
"Cryo-EM of membrane proteins - Challenges and perspectives" [Poster]

Nadine Schwierz-Neumann, Max-Planck-Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt/Main
"Metal cations in charge of RNA folding and function" [Poster]

 

 

4 September 2017

Kevin Gardner, CUNY Advanced Science Research Center, New York, USA
Nature’s switches, scientists’ tools:  Learning how to control environmentally-regulated proteins [Poster]

 

 

30 August - 1 September 2017

CEF/CLiC Conference 'Design and Light Control'
Organizers: Alexander Gottschalk & Alexander Heckel
Programme

 

 

19 June 2017

Anton Simeonov, Scientific Director, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, USA
"The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS): catalyzing translation through new paradigms in early drug discovery" [Poster]

 

 

24 April 2017

First Frankfurt Open Access/Open Science Symposium
Further information

 

 

15 March 2017

Volker Busskamp, Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden, TU Dresden
"Regenerating neuronal function, cellular compartments and cell types" [Poster]

 

 

9 February 2017

Mark Sansom, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Molecular simulations of biomembranes: from protein-lipid interactions to viruses” [Poster]

 

 

9 February 2017

Inauguration Frankfurt Centers for Advanced Light and Electron Microscopy
Programme

 

 

18 January 2017

Bill Zuercher, SGC UNC, University of North Carolina, USA
"Catalyzing kinase chemical biology with chemical probes and strategic compound sets" [Poster]