[3DEM] April 17-23 Workshop: "Innovations in Nanoscale Modeling and Imaging
of Biological Systems"
willy.r.wriggers at uth.tmc.edu
Wed Jan 4 20:32:03 PST 2006
We have teamed up with a number of collaborators to organize this 6-day
training workshop April 17-23, 2006, in Houston
"Innovations in Nanoscale Modeling and Imaging of Biological Systems",
The major goal of this workshop is to train participants from the fields
of electron microscopy and x-ray diffraction in the use of modeling,
imaging, and visualization software, with an emphasis on interfaces with
compatible software used in the structural biology community. A
secondary goal is to foster an alliance with innovative leaders in the
private sector and academia, so software developers can build on their
strenghts in a compatible mode with other groups.
I am happy to confirm the following speakers:
* Philip R. Baldwin, U.T. Houston Med. School
* James Z. Chen, Brandeis U.
* Yao Cong, Baylor College of Medicine
* Edward H. Egelman, U. Virginia
* Tetsuro Fujisawa, SPring-8 Synchrotron, RIKEN, Japan
* Nikolaus Grigorieff, Howard Hughes Medical Institute & Brandeis U.
* Masahide Kikkawa, UT Southwestern, Dallas
* Steve Ludtke, Baylor College of Medicine
* Essam Metwally, Tripos, Inc.
* Pawel Penczek, U.T. Houston Med. School
* John Stone, U. Illinois
* Pam Thuman-Commike, QED Labs, Inc.
* Willy Wriggers and lab members: Stefan Birmanns, JJ Heyd, Zhiyong
Zhang, John M. Robinson, Julius Wan
* Z. Hong Zhou, U.T. Houston Med. School
The workshop is free and we cover meals and lodging, which should make
participation for out of town visitors affordable. If you would like to
attend this, please submit the online application form early, the
application deadline is February 15.
Willy Wriggers, Ph.D.
E-mail: wriggers at biomachina.org <mailto:wriggers at biomachina.org>
Laboratories for Biocomputing & Imaging
School of Health Information Sciences & Institute of Molecular Medicine
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
7000 Fannin St., Suite 600
Houston, TX 77030
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