2016 Carolina Biophysics Symposium

The 10th Biennial North Carolina Biophysics Symposium will be held on November 3-4, 2016 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. A central goal of the symposium is to bring together North Carolina Biophysicists and this year’s meeting is being organized and sponsored by NC State, Duke, UNC, Wake Forest, and the NIEHS. The theme of the meeting is Macromolecular Machines and Systems and will include sessions focused on the Cytoskeleton, Mechanobiology, Cryo-electron microscopy and Systems Biology.

When Nov 03, 2016 07:30 AM to
Nov 04, 2016 04:30 PM
Where George Watts Hill Alumni Center, 550 Stadium Drive, Chapel Hill, NC
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Attendees open to the public. registration (and fee) required.
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SPEAKERS

Cryo-electron Microscopy:
Georgios Skiniotis (University of Michigan)
Sriram Subramaniam (NIH)
Sharon Campbell (UNC)
Thomas Cahill (Duke)
Robert Perz-Edwards (Duke)

Cytoskeleton:
Bruce Goode (Brandeis)
Antonina Roll-Mecak (NIH)
Jian Liu (NIH)
Jason Haugh (NC State)
Harold Erickson (Duke)

Mechanobiology:
Sophie Dumont (UCSF)
Adam Engler (UCSD)
Richard Superfine (UNC)
Ashutosh Chilkoti (Duke)
Kerry Bloom (UNC)

Systems and Synthetic Biology:
Mike Simpson (Oak Ridge National Lab)
Douglas Densmore (Boston University)
Adriana San Miguel (NC State)
Mike Lynch (Duke)
Xiaobo Zhou (Wake Forest)

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